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I went through open heart surgery in 1994. Ever since, i have developed keloids. These are knotty muscular bodies running down all along my sternum. Besides being extremely itchy and painful, these prevent me from dressing up properly. (I am a professional trainer and am required to wear neckties)Would any body help, please!
  Captain Faizi on 2006-08-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
These lumps are probably where they opened you up and the healing has not compleated properly.

Id suggest that once a month you take Silica --- beware this site spells it Silicea --- 6x twice a day for a week then only repeat a month later if there is still a problem.
walkin last decade
The following remedies are suitable for Keloids.You did not mention the condition as their colour.Whether there is itching or not, etc.Needs detail.

1 alumn, 1 ars, 2 bad, 1 bell-p, 1 calc, 1 calc-f, 1 carb-v, 3 CARC, 1 caust, 1 crot-h, 2 fl-ac, 1 graph, 1 hyper, 1 iod, 1 junc, 1 kali-bi, 1 lach, 1 merc, 1 nit-ac, 1 nux-v, 1 phos, 1 phyt, 1 psor, 2 rad-br, 1 rhus-t, 1 sabin, 2 sil, 1 sul-ac, 1 sulph, 1 thiosin, 1 tub, 1 vip
sajjadakram635 last decade
Considering the following symptoms.
then you need fluoric acid.Please make sure these are the only symptoms.

sajjadakram635 last decade

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