Sebaceous cyst on chestHello everyone!
Glad to join the community. I had a sebaceous cyst right in the middle of my chest that was removed around 5 years ago after it became infected.
Well, the darned thing is back and while it hasn't been bothering me, a couple days ago I noticed some tenderness and a slight increase in size. I fear it might becoming infected again. Instead of having it lancing this time, I thought of pursuing alternative treatments.
I noticed some people here have had success with Silicea, but I am not sure if it applies to my case. Will appreciate any advice on this matter.
partheus on 2018-04-03
1. Chief complaints (Diagnosis) â€“ Please explain your main symptoms.
2. When did it all start?
3. Are there any changes in your mental /emotional state since your illness?
4. What are the things which aggravate your symptoms?
5. What are the things which ameliorate your symptoms?
6. What other physical / mental symptoms do you have?
7. What time of the day do you feel the worst in general?
8. When do you feel better, during hot weather or cold weather, humid or dry weather?
9. Describe your mental/emotional state since your illness
10. Do you have any fear?
11. What do you crave for in food items and what are your aversions?
12. How is your thirst; Less, Normal or Excessive?
13. How is your hunger; Less, Normal or Excessive?
14. How well do you sleep? Do you have a particular posture of sleeping?
15. Are you generally feel hot or cold?
16. What medications have you been taking to treat the disease?
17. Do you have any major diseases running in your family? If so, please specify.
18. Please describe your family history of illness.
Thank you for completing the questionnaire.
♡ Tui 4 years ago
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