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Yes it will go! Which Homoeopathic medicines are you taking?

Dr. Ojasvi Novice Answered on 07/08/2018 7:31 AM
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 A slow-growing, inflammatory lump in the tear gland of the eyelid. A chalazion is most common in adults between the ages of 30 to 50 who also have rosacea or blepharitis. A chalazion may feel like a small, painless bead in the eyelid at first. Over a few days, it may get bigger, red and rubbery, but remain painless. 

  In Homeopathic medicine of system, we cure the men or give the power to the vital force who cure the disease itself. So we treat this chalazion also get cure by Homeopathic medicine. So you contact me soi will take the case in details and give you perfect or similimum medicine. 

Dr. Khan Novice Answered on 07/08/2018 11:43 AM
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Yes ofcourse it will go,since it has reduced with the treatment it will get completely cured too,that's what is amazing about homoeopathy,it removes the diseases from the root and gives complete cure....

Dr. Fatema Novice Answered on 08/08/2018 10:06 PM
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    • Anonymous
    • 25/08/2018 2:20 PM

    I am continuing with homoepathy and it is still smallish in size but has changed from soft and spongy to hard for the last two days.Is this a bad thing? I am worried

 yes it can be completely cured with homeopathic medication, as homeopathic remedy given based on individual constitution will result in complete cure , some times it my take some more time to heal and it depends on your immunity power . as already you have started homeo treatment continue for some more day to get complete cure .

Dr. Sandeep Novice Answered on 09/08/2018 2:06 PM
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Homoeopathy can solve the problem with out surgery. An also prevent recurrence. 

APIS 200 will help to dissolve chalazion. in this drug redness and swelling with burning and stinging sensation is present. You can apply warm application to the eye lids. 

Dr. SRINIVAASA Novice Answered on 09/08/2018 8:55 PM
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Oh,it shouldn't get hard but still would suggest to wait for a few days and wait and watch if there is any change in the size and it's increasing then tell your doctor,he will change your medicines

Dr. Fatema Novice Answered on 25/08/2018 3:19 PM
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