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Pilonidal Cyst

I am a 53 year old male. about 45 lbs overweight. sedentary, high stress job. overall health ok, but have asthma and tenitus. Asthma has not bothered me for a while. I now have a Pilonidal Cyst. The Cyst burst about 7 weeks ago, and I have seen a surgeon who said I needed surgery about 2 weeks ago. I was unable to do the surgery due to not having anyone to stay with me afterward. I was looking on the internet for natural Pilonidal Disease Treatment and found this forum.

After reading about the recommended treatment for Pilonidal Cyst, (Silicea 6X, 3 times a day for a week and Silicea 200C for an additional week), I though I would try it.

I have been taking the Silicea 6X, for 1 week. I am now able to sit with little to no discomfort. However, I still have a discharge of yellowish-green pus. It is quite a bit less than before, but it is still there, which indicates an infection. I have also been taking 30mg zinc, 60,000 IU of beta carrotine, and 100 mg echinacea twice a day for my immune system.

How long should I continue to take the Silicea? Should I change the strength and/or amount I am taking?

Pilonidal Cyst
  newttohomeopathy on 2008-08-04
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