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I am 25 yrs old and since i was a teenager I have had large mass in both of my breast that was diagnosed as fibroadenoma. The doctor said they were caused by puberty and should natural disappear as I got older but they have not. I am desperate to find an alternative to sugary and would appreciate any advices you could give me.

  JuicyJuice on 2014-02-19
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Can you provide all details about it including its size, location, left or right, hardness, sensation etc.

Also, you need to give details on your general mental make-up, your thermal preferences, likes and dislikes, cravings, hunger, thirst, sleep etc.

What makes it better and what makes it worse.
rishimba 6 years ago

The size of the mass changes, leading up to and during my period they are about 7 cm and after they reduces in to about half the size. The mass are usually located in the middle of my breast under the nipple area, they are hard and movable, my breast become tender during my period but other then that they do not hurt.
I'm not really sure what generate information you need to help me so I have listed things I have notice that stand out as odd.

I am sensitive to temperature. I easily become too cold or too warm and my hands are always really warm compared to the rest of my body.

I have always had cravings for salt, but I am never thirst even though I know I must be some what dehydrated become I don't drink enough water.

Lately I have been sleeping excessive, and have not felt motivate to go out and do stuff.

JuicyJuice 6 years ago
Please take CONIUM MAC 1M single dose on a single day.

One dose would be 3 to 4 drops in 10 ml of water sipped up in empty stomach and clean mouth. No food or drinks one hour before or after.

Within a week, you may feel a change in sensation in your affected part. Once the change is felt ( pain, pulsation or throbbing etc.) you know the remedy has created a response.

You don't need to take any further dose if one dose clears the problem. Or else, you can go for fortnightly dose of CONIUM 1M till the fibroadenoma is not fully dissolved.
rishimba 6 years ago
Thank you so much for your suggestion. I have been looking into CONIUM MAC and I have found single doses but i cant find any in liquid at that concentration but I have found pellets. I was wondering if I could use pellets or tablets instead and if you could recommend potency and the amount I should take.

JuicyJuice 6 years ago
Required potency would remain the same, that is 1M minimum in case of Conium Mac if you are taking it to clear this problem. You may have to go higher if it doesn't clear your fibroadenoma completely.

If the pellets are of 1M potency, one dose would be 3 pellets to be placed under the tongue and let them dissolve by themselves. Take the dose in empty stomach and clean mouth. Don't eat or drink anything one hour before or after the dose.
rishimba 6 years ago

I took the first dose two and I feel a throbbing sensation so it is working :)

I was wondering how long it will take to determine if one dose is enough?

If it is not what do you mean by fortnightly doses, do you want me to take a dose every day for 14 days or do you only want me to take one dose ever 14 days?
JuicyJuice 6 years ago
Please take one dose every 15 days. That is the meaning of fortnightly.

Take as long as the lump doesn't get dissolved completely.
rishimba 6 years ago

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