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Recurrence of absess after post pilonidal sinus operation

Hello everyone, I am aniruddha patil from bombay. I under went surgery for pilonidal sinus on May, 2007. After that the wound got completely healed within 3 months. But now at the tip of operated part, a wound has recurred again. It contains puss and also impure blood. When it is pressed a little pain is felt alongwith puss and impure blood comes out.. I tried with antibiotic medicines TINIBA 300 and TOPCEF PLUS 200.. 2 doses of 5 days each.. But it seems to show no results. Doctor also adviced me to sprinkle FUSIGEN powder on wound. Even it isnt helping. Actually by sprinkling that powder, wound got dried before 1 week. But yesterday i found the wound wet again. So i request you all if there is any medicine in homeopathy for absess, please suggest it for me.
 
  aniruddhapatil2000 on 2008-10-12
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Aniruddha

For draining the pus, remedies Silicea or Hepar sulph in lower potencies like 6c or 30c (twice daily)would be used. If the sinus site is hot and very painful use hepar otherwise use silicea.

And once the pus/matter is drained completely using lower potencies, for further healing use the higher potency(1M) two doses a week apart of the corresponding remedy.
 
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