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I just want my Breast to be Normal again

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  • Posted By: soadforme
  • July 9, 2009
  • 07:33 PM

I popped a zit on my left breast. So I got an infection. I was given two sets of antibiotics and I suppose that went away.

However, my nipple never stopped being red/sore. And when I say sore, I mean extremely sensitive and painful :mad: .
Not only that, but my areola now has these hard lumps/bumps in the section where I previously had the infection. They only "raise" when I touch that area. Well-- I believe this issue is solved. I had a biopsy on one of the lumps and there was no sign of Paget's disease of the nipple there. There was no sign of fungus. They believe I have perivascular dermatitis and that I should put an anti-inflammatory cream there. The bumps still don't go away but I guess I'll continue putting on the cream until the cream runs out. Doesn't seem to be doing a thing. But whatever, my areola doesn't hurt(just a superficial ugly problem) so that's fine 'n dandy, but...

My nipple still hurts. And I wonder if it's true that I don't have paget's, because the biopsy was not of my nipple, it was of my areola. My nipple is what really pains me. One other note: I also had a sonogram and they did find a cyst shortly after my infection, but the radiologist ignored it because she said due to my age, there is probably nothing wrong with me. When I told her that my nipple hurt and was red, she said it looked normal to her. Well, I know my body, and I know that I'm not in pain there normally (it's been about 2 months) and I KNOW that it isn't supposed to be that red!

Any suggestions? I've been to the doctors so much that I'm afraid my insurance company will stop paying for the bills :(

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  • Hi,I have treated this type of thing before. The best start is Silica. It is a cell salt. Start with 30x and finish with 6x. Take 3 pellets in warm water, every four hours for 30 days, then take 6x the same in water for 30 days. Normally, within 6o days the breasts will return to normal. After the sixty days, there are a group of specific breast exercises that if done on a daily basis, WILL return your breast to a youthful appearance. These exercises have been done afterward by my patients and have been more than satisfied with the results.Silica is natures self extraction of toxins from the skin. It will soften the nipple and surrounding areas and restore the natural color and a soft texture to your breasts in general. Your skin over all (body) will become soft and will restore the natural beauty luster.Taken from a Homeopathic Meteria Medica for your review.Female:Breasts very hard and painful, as if gathering. Inflammation of the breasts, mastitis, to control the formation of the pus, and to absorb the remaining induration. Scirrhus. Nipples crack and ulcerate easily, fistulous ulcers of the mammae, hard lumps in the mammae threatening suppuration. Soreness and lameness of feet from instep to sole during pregnancy.Regards,Skyhighnemo.
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