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Posted - 04/22/2010 :  11:32:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


Edited by - AoxoA on 04/11/2018 11:53:32


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Posted - 04/22/2010 :  18:26:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I think I have the same situation as you do, but I am not considering either of these alternatives. At the moment the 2 I am most interested in are: CNSL - Cashwe Nut Shell Oil (see the thread for this). I have some of the oil, which was hard to get. I tried it on a potential BCC spot on my face, extremely small, but after 2 applications got a pretty strong poison-ivy type reaction, which may increase if I try a third time. For one reason or another, I just haven't had time to invest in an attempt right now. If the CNSL does not do the job, I plan to try Petty Spurge, which also has a strong thread on this forum and, so far, seems to be among the most successful solutions, including commericial ones, although it is still open to question, as they are also. Read the material on this website thoroughly, including the parts about diet and general health care. You may decide to try of the alternative approaches mentioned here. However, as Dan says, sometimes the thing to do is just go ahead and get the bad spot removed, while you consider how to take care of others in the future. Also, luckily, at least one of your choices is covered by insurance.
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Posted - 04/26/2010 :  20:56:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi AoxoA, you might want to look at this thread,oil,lip starting with the post from rdp. NOW brand orange oil did wonders for rdp's lip problem within a matter of days. I costs about $5 at GNC. Not much to lose, it might be worth a try.

As a warning, orange oil can cause an intense burning-like pain when applied topically to skin cancers. Fortunately, the pain subsides completely in about 30 minutes. Use orange oil topically at your own risk.
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Posted - 11/13/2013 :  08:50:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm writing 3 years late, but I couldn't find much information about cryosurgery with this condition and I want to put as much info out as possible.

I was very nervous about the treatment and even my doctor said it would be painful. I just did it this morning and it was not painful! It was very cold and stung at times, but overall pretty easy. There was a slight burning sensation for about 10 minutes afterward and for the past few hours there has been no pain at all, just a fat lip.
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