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Treatment for Labial Abcess Urgent!

I had an abcess on the butt cheek , now in few days I can see swelling and pain in left side of labia. It appears to be labial abcess. What homeopathic medicine I can use to surface the pus and hence drain it. How can I prevent it from reoccuring . Its very painful. Cant even walk or stand.
[Edited by LeenaK1 on 2020-05-15 03:45:09]
  LeenaK1 on 2020-05-15
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Silicea 6x and Kali Mur 6x,5 tabs of each three times a day.Feed back after 4 days.
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
Kindly advice in liquid solution. Liquid is easily available here in islamabad.
Also is hepar sulphur ok to take along or no.
[Edited by LeenaK1 on 2020-05-15 12:51:27]
LeenaK1 3 years ago
They are cell salts will be avl in homeopathic shops.They are in tab form.

HS will flare up the abscess and make it more painful.
anuj srivastava 3 years ago
Ok thankyou so much for enlightening me.
This abcess is in Labia majora.
[Edited by LeenaK1 on 2020-05-15 12:51:15]
LeenaK1 3 years ago
Thankyou so much for advising the medicine. Its workin. The abcsess has started to drain on its own . Sharp pain is not there. Its still in process of draining. Is this medicine safe in breastfeeding newborn? I have only seen the baby having pressure passing gas. Rest all is fine.
How to make sure the wound opening dries?
Ive heard R60 is used to purify blood. Can I use it for reoccuring abcsess?
Thankyou for advising. God bless!
LeenaK1 3 years ago
Continue the same protocol.Not advisable to take any other remedy as of now.

Safe for babies.

Give the child 1 pellet of nux vom 30 and 1 tab of Mag Phos and revert.

Use Calendula Q five drops in some water to wash the cyst every time you go to washroom.
anuj srivastava 3 years ago

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