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lump on eye lid, tried calc flour and silicea, lump still there

Hi,
I have had a lump on my eye lid for over 4 month now.

I have tried the following:


First I tried staphysagria 30 ch for five days. The redness went away, the lump seems a bit smaller, but nothing major changed. so I tried
Thuja 30ch 4 pellets per time, three time per day, every 4 hrs one take for a day.

then 2 pellets calc flour 30ch
and 2 pellets silicea 30ch every 4 hrs 3 times a day for 15 days. the lump is smaller to touch but still quite visible.

Am I taking the right amount?

What should I do now?
 
  blueberrie001 on 2014-06-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi- You should wait for a week and take nothing.
See what happens and then come back on here and report what is
going on for further advice. What you need to know is that when you
take a homeopathic medicine, and things improve or get worse, you stop-
the medicine and let it work. If things get worse for a bit and then better
that is a good reaction. You do not take more until it gets worse again.

Dosing is done by your reactions to the medicine. If you just keep taking it,
you can overdose and bring things back.
[message edited by simone717 on Mon, 02 Jun 2014 15:22:02 BST]
 
simone717 7 years ago
Thank you for the reply
 
blueberrie001 7 years ago

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