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Dermoid Cyst in Left Ovary

Hello All -
I am a female(25 years old) from India and am suffering from Gall Stones and a Dermoid Cyst in the left ovary.

Earlier last year, I was experiencing repetitive excruciating pain in the right-hand side of upper abdomen at nights. When shown to the doctor, they suggested USG which revealed a dermoid cyst in the left ovary but did not reveal the real cause of pain.
Later in September last year I had a CT Scan done, which revealed small dense forms of calculus in the gall bladder.

I have been since taking Ayurveda medication, but to no effect! The condition’s still the same.

The last USG report shows the following concerns -
> Gall Stone measuring 8 mm
> Dermoid cyst in left adnexa measuring 5.6 X 4.2 X 3 cm

Could you please suggest, I desperately seek your guidance.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Best Regards -
Devy B.
 
  DevyB on 2012-04-21
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take lycopodium 200 dilusion,1 drop mixed with cup water,daily 3 times ,30 minutes before food, and calcaria flour 6x--4 tablets thrice daily,and berberis vulgaris mother tincture 10 drops mixed with cup water,daily 3 times continue 4 monthes-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------regards,dr.alex
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