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Dean N last decade
Dean...pl. see reply on your thread.
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Pankaj,

Indeed, please do not try to spark a quarrel - whatever the reason.

Best Wishes,
Simon
 
moderator last decade
I said surgery was not an option in the UK, as it is classed as cosmetic unless threatening your health in some way, so only people with private health insurance would get this done routinely. My GP might do it in his office if I pushed him, but that is not really what I want.
 
diamond99 last decade
Simon,

I am glad you read my post.

Haven't heard from you for some time thru e-mail.

Best wishes,
Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Greg F ....needs the Hepar Sulph. to heal up the cyst....it is one of the best meds for his situation.
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Pankav Varma

You refer to Hepar Sulph. Is is Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum or Hepar Sulphuris Kalinum.
Thanks
Gregf
 
gregf last decade
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Pankaj Garma

I have a few cysts on my body, my arms, abdomen, back, and upper thigh. I just ordered the mystirica and silicea. I am hopefull and curios to see if this works.

James
 
jame1 last decade
Pankaj Garma

9 months after have surgical attention to a subaceous cyst (abcessed) on my eye lid approximately 1.5 centimeters in diameter, I find myself flawed with the actual mass still left in/on my epidermal layer. Although, not painful I would love to get rid of this condition. I am not sure whether I should follow all or a portion of the advice given in this thread being that the puss has been drained and the mass of sebum is still prevalent. Any advice?
 
humblej last decade
Just wanted to let you all know that I tried the Silicea and Myristica treatment and it worked. It did take a while--approx 3 - 4 months from start of inflammation. The cyst had been on my back for about 3 years before it became inflamed. I first tried doctor recommended anti-biotics which lessened the infammation but then left the cyst still swollen and sensitive. I first took the Silicea on a daily basis for about two-three weeks before I read about the Myristica. I took the Myristica for about two weeks before the cyst began to drain and continued taking both for another two weeks as the cyst drained, closed, drained, and finally subsided completely. I did religiously apply hot/warm compress daily as well throughout the treatment period. This is the treatment recommended both by this post and another patient who had had success with the combination of medicines after allipathy treatments (surgery) had failed. It has been 9 months now and all is clear
 
Honkeydog 7 years ago
Thank you for posting Honkeydog-
It is really great to have feedback
from people and see what worked.

Regards,Simone717
 
simone717 7 years ago
I have a sebaceous cyst below the left breast size of a pea. this has been infected now for the fourth time. how do i get rid of the whole thing.
 
Homoeopathic lover 6 years ago

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