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Any Homeopathic Treatments Jaw Cyst Removed
Are there any homeopathic treatments for getting rid of a jaw infection after getting a cyst removed 2 months ago?
No! Very serious: If you truly have an infection in your jaw then this is very serious and must be treated with antibiotics and possibly surgery. Any infection in your head is very serious as it can spread to your brain and/or your heart, where it can quickly become life-threatening. See an M.D. Or D.O. To have this dealt with immediately. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
My daughter is having dermoid cyst/ endometriotic cyst. She is undergoing homeopathic treatment and has been suggested to undergo operation, plsuggest?
Would using hair growth treatment on a cyst on your head help to regrow the small amount of hair lost from the cyst?
Perhaps: If the cyst ruptured and healed leaving scar tissue instead of normal scalp tissue I doubt it as the scar tissue will not have hair follicle present to grow new hair. If this is the case, it may need to be cut out (excised) completely and sutured together to leave normal tissue that has hair follicles to grow. ...Read more
Cysts are, so make them you shall" yoda md
if you have polycystic ovarian syndrome weight loss can help.
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if having pain issues its probably not the cysts, stop caffiene and see a doc specializing in pelvic pain. ...Read more
I have lots of acne cyst in my poor head and face. I already took antibiotic and cream but is not gone what the best treatment of acne? Pls help
Hi doc, I have an ovarian cysts. Taking homeopathy treatment But from last month I'm having brown watery discharge for a week. Serious?
I ve hip pain from past six months my pelvis MRI reveals a small benign cyst on my right femoral head please advise treatment options?
Depends: If you're worried about cancer, it sounds like its probably not. If the cyst is a synovial pit, it can be associated with femoro-acetabular impingement syndrome which is a cause of hip pain. You should ask your doctor what it was and consider seeing an orthopedic surgeon familiar with this entity. ...Read more
I'm having daily migraine with a feeling of heartbeat from neck to head. Taking homeopathy treatment. Can I take riboflavin with homeo? Is that safe?
2Tarlov cysts at S2 (racepinephrine) 17X15mm and 14X13mm causing scalloping of bone. Feel head and ear pressure. Need surgical removal? Any other treatment methods?
Tarlov cysts: Hello, these are benign perineural cysts or cysts in between the coverings of the nerves, usually found co-incidentally at MRI of low back. Yours are 1.7cm and 1.5cm and are small by comparison. These should not be symptomatic, let alone need surgery, your head and ear pain probably unrelated. But see an expert ~ a neuro-surgeon to ask! Thanks ...Read more
Hi. My cyst on my jaw turned small a little. Does it need to be drained or removed. Will it hurt?
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I'm 22 years old and have left sided ovarian cyst (30 × 21 mm) since about 4 months which is don't removed by medical treatment. What treatment now?
Ovarian cyst: At 22, this is probably just a benign "simple follicular cyst", but if there are ultrasound suggestions of solid components, or blood flow increases by "color doppler" ultrasound exams, your provider may suggest laparoscopy for a tissue sample. See your provider for advice. Laparoscopy is an outpatient procedure, and will provide very accurate information. ...Read more
Will I need facial reconstruction after my cyst is removed? Is facial reconstruction necessary for everyone who has a facial or oral disfigurement? I recently discovered I had a benign cyst during a routine physical. Due to the fact that it is in my jaw a
Without: Without knowing the details of your mass, it's really hard to say whether or not you would need reconstruction after your cyst removal surgery. In many cases the reconstruction involves closing the tissue defect that results from removing the original mass. Whether or not the mass itself even needs to be removed depends on what it is. If you're not sure if you want it removed you could consider getting a second opinion from another surgeon. ...Read more
My friend had removed cyst recently from front part of lower jaw the biopsy report indicates it as a keratocyst. Is that dangerous?
Usually not.: Keratocysts are considered benign. Large keratocysts can however cause local bone and soft tissue damage. They also have a tendency to recur if not completely excised. Patients with nevoid basal cell carcinoma sydrome (Gorlin syndrome) may develop multiple keratocysts. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my friend had removed cyst recently from front part of lower jaw the biopsy report indicates it as a keratocyst are they dangerous please help?
Keratocyst: Odontogenic keratocysts do have a likelihood of recurring, and sometimes this is years afterward. It is pretty rare for these to develop cancer, but that has been reported in a very few cases. Even if it was completely removed, your friend should definitely have longterm continued follow up, to make sure it does not recur. She may want second opinion from a specialist. ...Read more
I have a sebaceous cyst under my breast I have drained some liquid from it but it keeps coming back what's the best treatment to have it removed?
I used to removed cyst under bicuspid 2 years ago and now lymph under the jaw seem little edema, is it serious? And I'm always have sore throat
Dental issue: Go and have a dentist examine you. Cannot possibly diagnose this long-distance. ...Read more
If a non functional kidney is removed. Is there any treatment in aurveda/homeopathy which can bring more function to other one?
Call the surgeon: There is always some pain/dicomfort after a sugical procedure and the doc who did your surgery should be best person to manage your pain--he/she knows what was done. It is expected that you will have some pain, but if it is excessive or worsening, consult doc for eval as there is chance of infection etc...Tylenol/motrin may help ease the discomfort untill seen by doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Last year my wife had a cyst from her forehead removed. She bumped her head & has another bump. Could this be a cyst or hematoma? How to tell?
Probably hematoma: Sounds like a hematoma not a cyst based on the history of trauma. ...Read more
Unlikely: 1) epididimal cyst can usually be removed without occluding epididymal sperm duct, although this is a potential complication. 2) most men have 2 testicles ; sperm production by a single testis is usually sufficient for fertility. Other testis can always be considered the 'spare'. 3) epididymal cysts are harmless ; only need to be removed if they are bothering you. ...Read more
Pilar cysts on top of head. Want to remove them for cosmetic reasons. Would the better option be to have them removed? Or just drained?
Hello! Quick question. I had a pilar cyst removed from my head Monday. Would it be ok for me to get a tattoo later this week? Or too much risk?
Dad got a huge cyst 10cm removed from his head at the gp. Few hours later it started to bleed is this normal. How do we stop it if it starts again?
Scalp bleeding: The blood supply to the scalp is robust, and it can bleed briskly. Apply pressure directly to bleeding spots with patient lying down. Hold firmly for 15 minutes, ice bag at the same time. Okay to return to doc or minor er if bleeding persists. Good luck. ...Read more
When getting a brain cyst removed, do doctors shave all of your head or just the part where surgery is done?
Response: The surgical approach will vary based upon the location of the cyst, and the extent of either mass effect or symptomatic expression. Typically, shaving the hair is just a minimal aspect of the procedure, and usually only involves the localized site of access. ...Read more