Please suggest home remedy for BC

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I had BC at left side in Jan and got operated but now in month of July I had a BC at my right side.

I don't want to operate it. Please suggest me home remedies so that I can get rid of it. Because now a days I am having fever and uncomfortable to seat as well I think i have infection. Please suggest home remedies.

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    I ordered serrapeptase & silicea 30c online from Walmart. My cyst started about 6 days ago so after researching I ordered those two things. Had to wait a few days for them to come in so I was in excruciating pain, the only thing that helped me relieve it was taking 4 ibprofen as needed and taking hot baths. I took the serrapeptase and dissolved 5 silicea under my tongue as it says on the bottle (it says to do this three times a day) at about 1:30pm yesterday took another dose of the silicea around 8 then woke up around 10 this morning to take another and also again took more serrapeptase laid back down till about 12 and started to feel the cyst to see if it had went down any kinda massaged on it a little it hadn't really went down. A couple minutes later I went to feel again only to notice some blood and a terrible smell ran to the bathroom. It had burst I continued to push on the cyst to get as much out as I could. My cyst was about the size of a golf ball or better it is now much smaller and I feel so much relief. I can actually walk right now as I was not able to before and I am wearing a panty liner as it is still draining. I believe those two medications saved me. I would highly recommend. I was in terrible pain for days until it decided to burst, I wouldn't wish this on anyone. It also made me not able to have sex with my boyfriend which has been super inconvenient. I'm so glad it burst. I will continue to let it drain and see if it goes down anymore. Best of luck to you!

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