Lots of advice for the reader last time who has started to develop breast cysts. The Bowen Technique is a good place to start, says one reader, who happens to be a Bowen practitioner. Another reader endorses the therapy, which she tried in combination with magnet therapy. But don't ignore the underlying, emotional cause. Her cysts appeared during a stressful patch in her marriage, and they didn't properly clear until the issues were addressed. Don't blame your husband, blame oestrogen dominance, says another reader. It can be treated with a product called Indoles, extracted from broccoli, which is made by Allergy Research amongst others. The Allergy Research product has the unpromising name of DIM. After one session, start taking 1000 mg of Agnus castus daily together with a quality Evening Primrose oil or Starflower oil capsule. Alternatively, try a good progesterone cream. One woman wishes she had because her cysts developed into breast cancer, and she underwent three years of debilitating chemotherapy. Another reader had great success when she turned to Health Kinesiology. One self-help suggestion is to try massaging the lumps with one hand, while massaging the facia lata muscle in a circular motion from the knee to the top of the hip with the other. As a rough guide, the muscle can be found along the line of the crease of the trouser leg. There could well be a sore point along the muscle line, which should be rubbed hard. Also, massage the small of the back, or better yet, find a friend who can do this for you! Your diet could also play a part. Reduce caffeine and saturated fats, and cut down on alcohol. Another reader adds to the list, and includes dairy, sugar and tap water, as well as xeno-oestrogens, which are found in plastic food containers, and methylxanthines, compounds found in tea, coffee, chocolate and cola. Hot baths can help, but you might need the doctor to regularly drain the cysts. It's an uncomfortable procedure, but it's not painful.