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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Natural Remedy for Sebaceous Cyst


Sebaceous cysts are benign cysts that originate from the sebaceous glands and grow slowly. Sebaceous cysts contain sebaceous material of follicular origin (the hair follicle is a structure located deep in the skin from which hair grows, and contains glands that secrete sebum to lubricate the hair). Sebaceous cysts usually occur in the scalp, face, back, and scrotum. Their size varies from a few millimeters to large like a ball. If left untreated, a sebaceous cyst can tend to grow slowly to reach large sizes and cause major skin problems.

The diagnosis of sebaceous cysts is very easy, as they are small firm lumps under the skin that are easily noticeable. Sebaceous cysts only cause problems when they get infected. Clogged pores and glands accumulating dirt are the main reasons for sebaceous cyst infection. Redness, pain, pressure, and heat from the skin are the main indicators of a sebaceous cyst getting infected.

When this situation occurs, the best way is to start on a short course of antibiotics, but if the cysts do not improve in two or three days, another option is to do an incision and drainage of the cyst under local anesthesia. This helps in evacuation of all infected fluid from the affected area.

Once the infected fluid has been drained away from the cyst, then it becomes necessary to surgically remove the entire cyst wall. This is achieved through a tiny skin incision which just leaves a small scar on the skin and this scar gets away within a few days. The most important thing to remember before doing this excision is to completely remove the infection.

But natural treatment is the best way to get rid of sebaceous cyst. Here aloe vera plays a vital role removing infection from the affected area and healing the cyst in its entirety. Another natural remedy for sebaceous cyst is turmeric powder mixed with mustard oil. Now read this procedure on how to treat sebaceous cyst with turmeric and mustard oil.

Turmeric and Mustard Oil Topical Herbal Remedy for Skin Infections

Monday, July 23, 2012

Treating PCOS with HImalaya Evecare

hi soni, i am carol, 26 yrs.old and married... ive been reading articles lately relating to PCOS, and now i just finished reading Himalayas page with your advice, answers and testimonials of some, relating to PCOS and i found it very informative among all that i have read... and little bit comforted knowing that i am not the only one who is having this syndrome:-). anyway son, this is what i would like to verify from you, because 1 week ago me and my husband visited a gynecologist because im so worried of my mens period because its been 4 months since i didnt have my period and we already tried using a pregnancy test and it always turns out to have a negative result and its distressing me a lot. And After the ultra sound, the doctor told us that i have a PCOS,and then she prescribed the HIMALAYA- EVECARE, with 10ml(3 times daily) for 1month dosage, but as i read the article questions and answers relating the evecare medication,i became confused about the dosage because it was said that you should have to take the syrup at least 3months for desired results. and now, ive been planning to continue taking the syrup for 3months. With this, i would like to ask if this is ok even without following the doctors prescription? and is it ok to ask a favor from you, to give me a piece of advice on herbal medicines for PCOS...Thank you very much son for the information you have given, and it would be a big thing for me in hearing from you. Thanks a lot. Answer: Carol don't worry at all. First of all, God bless you. Take my advice and do a course of HImalaya Evecare one teaspoon three times daily for one month, then two times daily for three months, and then keep on taking this one time daily for one year to completely eradicate this problem. Carol I guarantee you will be able to get pregnant after this. I am telling you this because I have given this advice to a lot of women and girls suffering from PCOS. Best of luck. Sent from my iPhone On 24-Jul-2012, at 0:29, "carol (via HubPages