Originally Posted by Arrowwind09
Lumps can be very serious, but the location of this lump is a location prone to all kinds of lumps. your wife could have a congested lymph node or a sebaceous cyst. A congested lymph node will resolve in a few weeks to a month or so. A cyst will not.
Parotid gland lumps are not uncommon and they can become serious if left unattended. They can be stony hard. Look up the partoid glands and see if it is in the same location.
If it were me I would do a course of MMS1 and apply mms topically to the lump. MMS must be washed off the skin after 3 minutes for some people. Others it doesn't seem to bother. I would also apply directly Lugol's iodine and on top of that apply a dab of DMSO. DMSO can also be used to transfer the mms into the lump.
My son got several lumps at the back of his neck after the chicken pox. It was a great concern to me so we went to the doc and he said that this is a not too uncommon event post the pox. The lymphatic system is working hard to detox the body. He said it would go in time and it did, about 2 weeks or so. This was in the pre mms and iodine days for me so I didnt treat it.
Oh, the colloidal silver may work orally. I doubt it will much get into the lump though. I have not had very good results with topical applications of CS liquid. It just doesnt penetrate the skin very well unless its in a cream or ointment ment to carry it in. So I would apply DMSO with the silver to get it in there.
Arrowwind09, thanks as always! Great information! I will follow up your suggestions Arrowind09.
My reason for applying CS to the lump is based on my own experience of CS getting rid of a wart I'd had for a few years! I'm not saying it'll remove the lump - but it can't do any harm! In the past I've used it topically to treat eye and ear infections - on both myself and my pets! I had a guinea pig who had lumps on his side which the CS did get rid of! So, no harm in trying!
Once again Arrowwind09 - many thanks!