My sister of about 50 yrs. She is having diabetes. She is having one problem —
every after two years one boil in her underarm appears with little bit of pain. This is happening during the last six years. She used Allopathy as well as homeopathy under the supervision of Doctors of respective field. Everytime it appears in a small & same area, no pun blood etc come out but disappears. After that she feels no pain. But it she touch deeply in the area, feels a hard particle uber the skin. Beyond operation, is there any solution in homeopathy to get permanent recovery from it.
Thanks and regards,
Krishna Chandra Das
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