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pilonidal cyst

I'm 34 male, i've had a pilonidal cyst surgey in 2002 and after that i nov 2004 the infection came back after 2 years. I had to take some anitbotics and the infection went away but now the infection came back.There's almost no swelling, but there's a small pit that drains a little bit every day.
I don't have pain, but I do have just a little bit of discomofort when I sit in some chairs.
I was told that I shouldn't have it surgically removed until it gets bigger, but I was wondering if I can get rid of it through homeopathic treatment before it gets bigger.
 
  bill_32_99 on 2008-01-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
try (Silicea-200c) 2pills daily for 5days only then stop any change cantact me back,OK
Good luck
faisal
 
faisal qureshi last decade
Thanks I will order it and try for 5 days and let you know the results.
 
bill_32_99 last decade
Dr. Faisal Q.

Do I take the Silicea-200c (pills) empty stomach. What time should I take them in the day?
 
bill_32_99 last decade

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