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Bartholin cyst / abscess

Hi there. I'm currently 34 years old and have suffered for several years with bartholin gland cysts and abscesses. I have had it lanced/drained twice and several other occasions where it eventually burst on it's own. I had a word catheter placed, just to have the issue arise again basically the next time my boyfriend and I had sex. I do not want to have any additional procedures done down there, and would love to find a homeopathic treatment that truly helps me with this debilitating issue. It is truly causing me anxiety and depression, and I want to find a way to fully treat whatever my underlying problem might be.
 
  BCanon on 2019-11-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If there is pus and you are also in pain, take Belladonna 30c and Hepar sulph 6c alternately in every 2 hours untill you feel better.
You also need Thuja 30c twice daily for a few months to prevent a recurrence.

1 dose is 2 pill and report back if you see any changes.
[Edited by Tui on 2019-11-11 03:07:56]
 
Tui 3 months ago
Thank you so much! I will get that immediately and report back soon.
 
BCanon 3 months ago
Will I take one initially and then 2 hours later take the other and continue to alternate like that? Or take both every two hours? I just want to be certain I do this correctly! Thank you so much!
 
BCanon 3 months ago
Take one remedy ( it doesn't matter which one you take first), then 2 hours later, take other one and contine like that untill you feel better.

For Thuja 30c, you may need to be on for a while but updating regularly ( every 3 - 4 weeks ) will help manage your case.
 
Tui 3 months ago
Thank you. I will report back soon.
 
BCanon 3 months ago
I have ordered the remedies you suggested. They will be here tomorrow. I had read in another post on here about myristica S 30. Would that be anything I would need? Also, how will I know when to switch to the thuja from the other two? Thank you again so much for all the input.
 
BCanon 3 months ago
I have never used Myristica for Bartholin cyst as it is usually a remedy for the liver and heart so I'm not sure you would need that remedy.

And other possible remedies for Bartholin cyst are; Lachesis, Mercurious, Morgan (bowel nosode), Nitric acid, Sepia, Silica and Tarentura cubensis. I'm thinking about Silica maybe a good remedy if Thuja failed but for now, we start with Belladonna and Hepar, then thuja later.
You can read about those remedies here, just type the name of the remedy and search.

About the timing of starting with Thuja is depended on how you do with hepar and bell so please update after 15 days and we will decide whether to continue with hep and bell or move to thuja.
 
Tui 3 months ago
Do I continue with the Belladonna even after the fevery feeling has subsided and just do the hepar or do I continue alternating both regardless? Swelling has definitely gone down as has discomfort, but the cyst has not diminished completely. I'm still doing both, but please let me know if that should be changed. Thank you so much.
 
BCanon 3 months ago
You can stop Belladonna, and take Hepar6c twice daily and start with Thuja 30c twice daily.

Report back if anything changes.
 
Tui 3 months ago
Take them at separate times?
 
BCanon 3 months ago
About 10 - 15 minutes gap.
 
Tui 3 months ago

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