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Bartholin cyst

I have never had a Bartholin Cyst before up until 1 year ago, And I could release the build up of fluid in the end the doctors put me on antibiotics & said thats all they could do.
But here we are almost a year later & it is back I do not wish to keep going to the doctors for them to put me back on antibiotics & to have it keep coming back as it can get very uncomfortable and during intercourse. Any Help would be greatly appreciated
Thanks
Donna
 
  Donnalee on 2005-11-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Dear Donna, you should take Thuja CM once in a period of two months. After two doses taken you have to report.
You must apply Thuja Q mixing some drops in lukewarm water on the affected area.
 
Dr Kumar last decade
Dr Kumar,
Can you explain to me the Thuja CM? Is this a liquid or a cream?
and you say once in a period of 2 months, does that mean you only use this once. And then you talk about Thuja Q what is the difference or is this the same product?
 
Donnalee last decade
There is a support group available for bartholin cyst sufferers. Just go to yahoo groups and type in bartholincysts ( all one word ) in the search box.
It's totally free to join
 
trina1975 last decade

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