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" ...Err well I believe I have a sebaceous (dn how to spell) cyst on the bottom of my scrotum...
I've read your supposed to leave it alone but its been 2 weeks
and its lasted longer than any pimple ive ever had...
And thats exactly what it looks like a whiteish pimple. Is there something I can do about it?
Its not visible from the front but i'd rather not have it there.
..." ... see this text below ...

Warning: this Video Is Graphic!


Note:  See the new video below.  A cyst drained.... "

 

May 7, 2012

WARNING:  THIS VIDEO IS GRAPHIC!

 

This video shows exactly what I've done with my husband's cysts.  I

didn't have such a useful tool as is shown: perhaps I'll look into

purchasing one.  I used a sterilized sewing needle (I used colloidal silver to sterilize the needle)  I used the silver also to disinfect and clean the
area as I squeezed the materials out of the cyst (as you can see in this video.)   Just as is shown, a lot of  liquid bloody fluid comes out first.  The cyst behind/ on his earlobe (my husbands) had the long white
'cottage-cheese' like  core/cord; very long cord, which wound around inside of the lobe of his ear; all in the back.
  Very similar to the plug with pops out of this man's cyst when most of the blood-fluid is drained. 
You can see that this person continues to 'squeeze and drain' the fluid from the cyst even after the

plug comes out.  YHTF  P.S. If I hadn't had access to colloidal silver, I'd have used hydrogen peroxide for the skin;
and rubbing alcohol to sterilize the needle.  P.P.S.  I'm not a doctor;
if you have a medical condition, you should see a medical doctor.

 

  
Women's Health...

 

Sebaceous cysts (epidermal cysts) may be a foreign term to you, but many women have indeed experienced them --
perhaps without really knowing what they were at the time.

Sebaceous cysts are small lumps or bumps just under the skin.
To
be more specific, they are closed sacs that contain keratin -- a "pasty" or "cheesy" looking protein that often has a foul odor.

Although they are usually found on the face, neck, and trunk, they also occur in the
vaginal area or other parts of the genitalia. In cases of the latter, it is not uncommon for women to
fear that they are the result of
genital herpes.
But genital herpes create a blister-type sore that eventually becomes crusty,
not just a bump or lump under the skin.

What Causes Sebaceous Cysts?

Sebaceous cysts are often the result of swollen hair follicles or skin trauma.

Symptoms and Signs/Symptoms of Infection

Sebaceous cysts are usually painless, slow-growing, small
bumps or lumps that move freely under
the skin. It's important not to touch or try to remove the
substance inside
to prevent tenderness, swelling, and infection of a sebaceous cyst.

Occasionally, infections may occur. Signs or symptoms
that may indicate infection of sebaceous cysts include:

 

  • redness

  • tenderness

  • increased temperature of the skin over the bumps or lumps

  • greyish white, cheesy, foul-smelling material draining from the bump or lump

How Are Sebaceous Cysts Diagnosed ?

Sebaceous cysts, to the trained eye, are usually easily diagnosed by their appearance.
In some cases, a biopsy may be
necessary to rule out other conditions with a similar appearance. You should see your doctor
to get a
formal diagnosis if you suspect that you have a sebaceous cyst.

 

Treatments for Sebaceous Cysts

Sebaceous cysts most often disappear on their own and are not dangerous. As stated, however,
they may become inflamed and tender. Sometimes sebaceous cysts grow large enough that they may interfere with your
everyday life. When this happens, surgical removal may be necessary, and this procedure can be
done at your doctor's office. Small inflamed cysts can often be treated with an injection of steroid medications or with antibiotics.

 

Complications of Sebaceous Cysts

If sebaceous cysts become infected, they can form into painful abscesses.

 

The surgical removal of a sebaceous cyst that does not involve the
excision of the entire sac may cause the cyst to come back (although, recurrence is not usual).

 

Remember to consult your healthcare provider anytime you notice any type of growth, bump, or lump on your body. Although sebaceous cysts are not dangerous,
your
doctor should examine you to ensure that another more dangerous concern is not present.

 

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Shingles, Herpes, Cold Sores

 

Skin Health - Disorders

Causes, incidence, and risk factors
 

Sebaceous cysts most often arise from swollen hair follicles. Skin trauma can also induce a cyst to form. A sac of cells is created into which a protein called keratin is secreted.

These cysts are usually found on the face, neck, and trunk. They are usually slow- growing, painless, freely movable lumps beneath the skin. Occasionally, however, a cyst will become inflamed and tender.

 

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DESCRIPTION

Sebaceous cysts (a form of trichilemmal cyst) are skin growths that contain a mixture of sebum (oil) and skin proteins, appearing as a white, semi-solid material. A sebaceous cyst is a closed sac (cyst) below the surface of the skin that has a lining that resembles the uppermost part (infundibulum) of a hair follicle. Sebum is produced by sebaceous glands of the epidermis. A whitehead is actually a tiny sebaceous cyst.

 
sebaceous cyst - accumulation of material

In females, small lumps or .....

 

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Color Healing Technology

Another source for colloidal minerals that I have used is the "Alchemist's Workshop."  The minerals were sent promptly, and we have great success with them.  The Colloidal Zinc: and "Colloidal Bone and Joint Support"  are two mineral supplements which I've purchased from them more than one time.  We have used these for a few purposes.  One is for scoliosis help.  Another help was with the skin, acne: "It helped a lot with my skin."  That is a quote from my daughter, regarding 'teenage pimples.'  She was speaking of the Zinc.  Specifically this Zinc from the Alchemist's Workshop.   We have ordered it two or three times.  The bone and joint support I will be purchasing again.  So.... for those of you with these problem areas, as well as others, this page is for you!  Sincerely,

The Editor  Your Health And Tech Friend

 

P.S.  After reading the text from the Alchemist's Workshop, I remembered that I had ordered the Colloidal Gold from them also....  

 

P.P.S. I've made colloidal copper at home, I felt I could handle that one!

 

 

 

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Err well I believe I have a sebaceous (dn how to spell) cyst on the bottom of my scrotum...

I've read your supposed to leave it alone but its been 2 weeks and its lasted longer than any pimple ive ever had... And thats exactly what it looks like a whiteish pimple. Is there soomething I can do about it? Its not visible from the front but i'd rather not have it there....

My husband had a sebaceous cyst behind his ear. He wears a knit cap to work... we didn't know what it was at the time. I thought it was a boil, he thought it was a large pimple. The whole back of his ear lobe was swelled. With the help of the internet, we were able to find articles that showed us exactly what it was. It is always best to go to a doctor. However, what we did was pierce it with a sterilized needle, and squeeze the pus out. I hadn't ever seen anything like that this cyst. After it was out - I found videos and pictures on the internet showing that type of cyst, and others who had taken care of their's also - at home. My husband seemed to almost get one back - as if possibly one may be prone to getting that type of cyst. They are nasty. They are composed of very hard pus, “cottage cheese-like.” Extremely white in color - an un-natural white for something that is in the body. The material was in a rope - cord-like system that wound throughout the back his ear lobe. He was able to squeeze it out. It had to be very painful. I had left the house as he was preparing to squeeze it out. I had wanted him to go to 'after-care' - we have insurance. But when I came home, he'd gotten the whole thing out practically in one piece. It did save the trip to the after - hours clinic.  Saved him from a surgical procedure, and the antibiotics they would have prescribed.  More drugs, more money.  And we use colloidal silver in our home which will keep the area free of infection. 

(They would have sliced the lobe to extract the cord - you can see the surgery, on you tube - where they slice the lobe to get the pus cord out.)

He now uses the 'cloth-like' wipes, that I make; from straining my silver when I make it. He uses the silver-soaked wipes to clean his ears, the outside of them and the back of his neck. I'm certain that the silver cloths will keep the cysts from returning. Please see the process I use to make colloidal silver. .....  Update:  July 31, 2011:  A cyst seemed to be coming back.  He used the colloidal silver on the area, topically and has had no trouble.