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Ultrasound showed hypo-echoic lesions. Is there any treatment without side effects?

Hi..I am Sara..In my ultrasound hypoehoic lesion of 4.1 * 2.3 cm was diagnosed. I am 27 years old and unmarried, What is the treatment for it? I cannot have surgery as I am unmarried. Is there any other treatment without side effects? Is homeopathic treatment can resolve the issue without surgery? Will homeopathic medicines will have side effects like hair growth, deeper voice, weight gain etc? Kindly guide me in this regard.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Hello Sara and welcome.

I understand how you would be skeptical about surgery due to your marital status. There do exist various forms of conservative treatment using medications (hormonal supplements) which can be beneficial to a certain extent.

With the current scenario, it would be best to plan for marriage and a family at the earliest as these lesions usually continue growing, requiring surgical management.

Hope this helps. Please feel free to use our premium servicw and write back to me for any further clarifications.

Best wishes.
Answered: Thu, 10 Jul 2014
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