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keloid scar, with silica?, help kuldeep

Hi, in August 2005 I got scraped (by accident)on the upper part of my chest ( against a cement column)..like 10 cm below the neck, it bleed and made sure did´t get anything stuck inside...washed the area with water and soap...I

It happened this way,I was walking down some strairs, were using very high heels, and tripped...since I hit my knees I used arnica 30c and arnica cream on the knees and calendula cream for the scratch on the chest (it was quite deep)...I used the calendula cream for about 15 days and the scar was getting less "open" or deeper, I though it was actually improving...so I stopped to use the cream...

And 2 month later the scar got raised, pinky (in colour) and itchy...also because it gets rubbed with the clothes and with the car´s seat belt...

Allopatic doctor checked it very close, checked it wasn´t infected and said it was keloid, but that with the time it will improve...and prescribed Mederma gel (that has allantoin and allium cepae)...it has improved (the scar) but very little, its still itchy and "raised"...it´s been already almost 6 months since I got this scratch or scar and 4 since using the mederma gel.

I believe in homeopathy because it worked wonders in my knees (with the arnica)..so I read in this forum about silica---and graphites

My question: would it work for me if the scar got keloid 4 months ago?

Also do I have to prepared them or I can buy them (silica and graphites)...

Well, this is my first keloid scar, before this accident I though I healed very well...but I read some parts of the body like the chest, abdomen and upper part of the back are more pronned to keloid scars...

Thanks for any help, from you...regards, Elvira
  elviriux on 2006-02-02
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deoshlok last decade
Name:Elvira, from Mexico
Fair skin, but can get tanned
Female, 35 years old, married, no children at the moment, hight:5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m), my weight is 103 pounds or 47 kilos, narrow compexion or narrow bone structure, appendicitis at 9 years old (removed), also hyperthrofic scar or maybe keloid, is flat right now and not red or pinky but bulky.

Not any other scar of this type on any other part of the body.
I get acne on face when the wheater is hot and before the period (or menses)...menses are ok, on time, no problem with this. Also white heads, black heads, oily face, oily hair.

Live in a city that is very dry or semi-desertic, over-populated (aroun 3 million inhabitants), industrial and polluted. At the moment I have very dry skin on hands and feet, and stuffy nose because it´s been very windy in the city (Monterrey), but hasn`t rain in more than 2 months, we´ve been having fires on some forest (due to the excesive dryness)

Like spicy, moderete hot food, eat meat, poultry, only 1 cup of low-fat milk dayly, like all green vegetables (lettuce, avocado, spinach, green peas), rice, oranges...wheat, tortillas (corn tortillas), onion, garlic.

I don´t drink very much water as it is recommended only 2 or 3 glasses a day. At the moment I´m not excercising but I used to enjoy jogging and aerobics.

It happened when I tripped and scratch the upper part of my chest last august 2005...it seemed quite deep, it bleeded and washed the area with lot of water and soaped...it stopped bleeding, I was visiting a beach city, at that time the weather was humid and hot...applied calendula cream it seemed to improved.

After 2 months the scar got raised or bulky and itchy...using mederma cream, recommended by allopathic doctor who checked the scar didn´t have any pus.

Scar is improving a little bit, but not as much as I want and is uncomfurtable because it gets itchy with clothes and when wearing the seat belt...

Please help...elviriux
elviriux last decade
forgot to say that scars measueres around 13 milimiters horizontal and its around 3 to 4 milimiters of widht, and it´s raised or bulky and pink to redish colour...help elviriux
elviriux last decade
i can personally vouch for silica and surgery scars. they are showing normal skin in center of wound. still light red around edges. but that normal skin in the middle is definitely a sign silica works. acne scars are better but not to my liking.
hotty198 last decade

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