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The surgeons say that I need a surgery for a anal fistula.
I have been taking silica for 5 weeks and the draining has stopped. The incision is still open and I still feel it. Do I still keep taking the silica? How long does the incision stay open for? Thank you
 
  adriana on 2008-04-06
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With Silicia u can add Nitric Acid 30 and Calc Flour 6x. Also continue with Silicia
 
abid ali last decade
dear adriana,
If you use silicia in lower dose and the pus is drained then please take 3 doses of Calc Sulph-200 or Silicia in Higher dilution ie. 200 or 1m.


dr.mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Also please take 2/3 doses of Calendola-200 with any of the above as an alternate dose.


dr. mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
thank you mahfoozurrehman,
I am taking silica 200 three times aday. Do you still want me to take the calc-sulph? Somebody said to take arnica, what do you think?
 
adriana last decade
If the pus is dry then please stop silicia and take 2/3 doses of calc. sulph. and Take Calendola-200 twice a day for 3 days and report.


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