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Bartholyn Cyst

Hello,
I have had a golf ball size cyst for a little over a year now. I worked with a homeopath and tried multiple remedies but the cyst hasn't drained or reduced in size. The homeopath has suggested I go back to my doctor to get it drained as we have tried multiple options without any results.
 
  Luna21 on 2015-03-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
What remedies were you given
for this?
 
simone717 4 years ago
thuja, silica 6x, silica 200c, lyc 30c,puls 30c.
 
Luna21 4 years ago
Luna,

are you in usa?

If so I would call Lia Bello, nurse homeopath/teacher for 38 years. Google her, but her actual site is under construction.

She will work by phone and does acute issues for $50 with
follow ups-very easy to talk to. I recently advised two
people one from forum and another person to call her for
this problem ( they were in extreme pain)

I know one person had 6 doses of silica 30c and then it
drained and then they took Hepar Sulph to take care of
the discharge- plus echinacea and goldenseal drops.

She is very experienced with these Cysts- I would try
her and see what her advice is.

Lia Bello- NM- 505 474 4917
 
simone717 4 years ago
Thank you for the recommendation. I am trying Goldenseal roots now and silicea 30C. I will give it a few more days.
 
Luna21 4 years ago

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