[title size=”1″ content_align=”left” style_type=”single” sep_color=”” class=”” id=””]Question[/title][testimonials design=”classic” backgroundcolor=”” textcolor=”” class=”” id=””][testimonial name=”” avatar=”male” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”” link=”” target=”_self”]I recently was diagnosed with a sebaceous cyst behind my ear.
And I was wondering you know, what the doctor can tell me about that, and if there’s any natural remedies for it, besides surgery?[/testimonial][/testimonials][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”” bottom_margin=”20″ sep_color=”” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””][title size=”1″ content_align=”left” style_type=”single” sep_color=”” class=”” id=””]Answer[/title][testimonials design=”classic” backgroundcolor=”” textcolor=”” class=”” id=””][testimonial name=”” avatar=”male” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”” link=”” target=”_self”]A sebaceous cyst is an odd sort of inclusion. The body secretes this, material called sebum, and it’s supposed to get through the hair follicle and out into the environment. It’s supposed to drain out, but for whatever reason, sometimes these little areas plug up, and then it starts to back up. Well, surgery actually is the way that it’s usually handled and, and the reason for this is that if you try to express it mechanically, they can get infected and they can turn into a nightmare. If there is any damage done to the surrounding tissue while trying to extract it “naturally,” it can turn into a larger problem. And the surgery for this is like a nothing. We used to do them in the emergency room in about ten minutes. A dermatologist may be a good way to go, especially around the ear. I would have it removed surgically, and probably by an ENT surgeon. This one is where you really want to talk to somebody with a sharp edge of a Bard Parker knife. [/testimonial][/testimonials]
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