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Hi,

I have had an anal fistula over 5 years now. It is on the outside of the anus and oozes or bleeds most of the day. I jam a tucks wipe in there to absorb whatever comes out. It also has a small piece of skin coming from it that looks like I grew a tail. If I try to tear it off it will bleed alot. I have tried silicea and echinecea and a few other things which I can't remember. I also don't remember the doses. Is there a way I can get heal this? Is there a way to stop the bleeding. Is there a way to stop the oozing. Please help.
 
CHIPPER last decade
I have an anal abscess which is oozing constantly. I had surgury 1 month ago to insert 2 setons to promote the draining of pus, I was also placed on Azathioprine (Imuron) to reduce my white blood cell count, which in turn should reduce the pus formation (hopefully). Obviously this is western medicine, but I am interested in alternative treatments as suggested in this forum. Would there side effects if I took Echinacea, with my current treatment?
 
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