How to Reduce Fibroma and Other Skin Warts All by Yourself
Do you know what fibromas are? They are growths on the skin, i.e. benign tumors composed of connective tissue. Usually, they have a skin color, or maybe a little bit lighter. They look like tiny nodes. Their sizes may be one millimeter or one centimeter.
Mostly, fibromas can be found under the breasts, on the neck, stomach, armpits, and eyelids. Although they are not a severe issue, they do not look nice, so many people want to remove them. (image source – Wikimedia)
The cause is not known, and they can become bigger, bleed, or get inflamed. Fat deposits contribute to their look. Winter is the best season the get rid of fibromas because we do not sweat a lot during this time.
Radiosurgery, laser surgery, and electrocoagulation are the most common methods of eliminating fibromas. In some cases, the treatment should be done again. (1)
After the procedure, the wound needs to be treated with showers, antibiotics, as well as the everyday hygiene for five days. Additionally, the patient should not do difficult physical activities and do not sweat for a few days.
However, there is another natural and effective treatment for fibroma, and that is ACV.
How to Use ACV?
Use soap and water to wash the affected area. Take one cotton ball and soak it in water. Apply it on the fibroma. Then, soak it in ACV and apply it on the fibroma. Use a bandage to secure it and let it take effect.
You should repeat this treatment till you get what you want. In the beginning, the fibroma will become darker, then it will be dry, and finally, it will fall out. In most cases, it does not leave a scar.
When the fibroma is dry, you should not apply ACV anymore. Let it fall out alone. Also, do not try to remove the fibroma by force.
Keep in mind: Do not apply ACV near the eyes in order to prevent irritations. If you have big fibroma, treat the scar with English marigold cream and Aloe Vera gel. Anyway, make sure to consult your doctor before deciding to treat fibroma by yourself.
This remedy is a traditional Grandmother’s Remedy that has been used for hundreds of years. Although there is no scientific evidence to support these claims, our Grandmothers swear by it.