How do you get rid of keloids without surgery?

Combination therapy. Studies have generally shown that surgery alone doesn't work well. Keloids tend to come back. Combining treatments with surgery often show much better results. Depending on the location, we tend to use radiation treatments after surgical resection or injection of steroids after resection.
You can't. Injection of cortisone into keloid can shrinkage its size but not the total. However, surgery is not the answer either. It may cause a bigger keloid.

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How can you get rid of a keloid without surgery?

Many treatments.... There are many treatments for keloids: surgical removal, usually accompanied by steroid injection postoperatively, low dose radiation, and pressure (usually for earlobe keloids in combination with surgery.) we have had good luck with surgery and steroid injections and that is generally my recommended treatment. See a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss the option in your case. Read more...
Steroids, external. A keloid is a pseudo tumor of scars in that it grows beyond the scar. A hypertrophic scar is raised and hard but does not extend beyond the scar. Keloids do not respond as well to external pressure with silicone sheets as the latter. Injecting steroids once a month for three times may help. Surgery on keloids can make them worse. If there are no other options, radiation therapy may soften keloids. Read more...

I have a surgery scar under my left Breast. It has formed due to hyper active skin repairment. Its probably called keloid. How to get rid of this scar?

Scar?? Best to be seen by boarded PS in yin area to be examined to determine the type and nature of the scar you have. Either injection, scar treatment sheeting or creams, re excision with injection of steroid and micro Botox to edges, or radiation therapy are the options... Read more...