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Have a keyloid developed below neck and chest. Used ointment, not cured. What should be done?

I have a keyloid developed below my neck and above the chest , initially which seemed to be a boil or a pimple i tried home remedies to treat it first, it started becoming very stuborn i had visited many skin specialist also but the ointments prescribed by them did not work now its over 2 years that i m living with it, it is visible and is very imbarrasing and ugly.....i hate it and i wish to get rid from it
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi Megha,
Keloids most of the times do not respond to topical medicines alone. You can consult your doctor to treat it with cryotherapy and/or intralesional steroids and intralesional 5 fluorouracil. Certain topical creams like potent steroids, silicone gel or allium Cepa based creams act as good adjunctive therapy. As you have a small lesion you will surely have good response. Hope that answers your query. Take care.
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Keloids usually occur at the site of skin damage caused by excessive deposition of collagen that spreads beyond the edges of the site of injury. although Some keloids occur spontaneously.
You may try the remedy Graphites in 3x potency twice daily for a couple of weeks. stop taking medicine as soon as u get the result.
Answered: Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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