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Cyst on the left side of neck

Hi. I have a cyst on the left side of the neck, below the ear. It's position is about upper one third between collar bone and ear. It started as a small bulge around 5-6 years ago and now is around 5cmX4cm. A series of tests done have confirmed that it's a Branchial Cyst. Surgery is the only option available, they say. I want to try Homeo medicine since I've heard that it cures a few things which can't be cured by Allopathy. Any advice in this matter will be greatly helpful. Thanks and regards, Krishna.
  KrishnaMk on 2016-05-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Forgot to mention. I'm 41, height 5'7", 55kg. Married and have a 9 year old child.
[message edited by KrishnaMk on Sun, 29 May 2016 05:53:36 UTC]
KrishnaMk 6 years ago
Anyone help please...?
KrishnaMk 6 years ago
Can you send me the picture of the cyst pls.

I am not receiving response mails in my in box through this site so you can e mail me directly also.
Click on my profile for my mail id
anuj srivastava 6 years ago
Dear Anuj sir, I have sent you Gmail
KrishnaMk 6 years ago
Dear Vasude, star of beth's info states that it's for trauma/shock/sadness, which I don't have. Also, the remedy doesn't say anything about cysts...?
KrishnaMk 6 years ago
seen and prescribed.check mail
anuj srivastava 6 years ago
Mail seen and already bought medicine and taken first dose # Anuj sir
KrishnaMk 6 years ago
I know this is old, but what was the remedy and did it help? I have the same type of branchial cyst. Thanks
Or did you end up having surgery and did it help?
Gock 2 years ago

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