I am a 27 year old boy with this problem. It started 5 months ago with fever and chills. The area right below the testicles, where both the legs join. There was a huge formation kind of swelling the first time when it happend.I went to a doctor who diagnosed it as abscess and gave me some antibiotics, paintkiller with this i started sulpur 30 and after a few days i started having sulphur 200. The area with swelling was back to normal but just in few around dec 22 it was in the same condition. This time i started having selecia 200 and on dec 31 the swollen area burst releasing all the blood. Bledding continued for days after which it stopped. Swelling was gone and i continued to have selecia 200. After a few days in jan the problem reoccured and their was again swelling, this time it burst in 2 days releasing all the pus. Pus continued to flow for few days after which it stopped. and the opening also healed.Then it was normal for the jan and first two weeks of feb. IT has reoccured again and this time the draining started with PUS and sometimes if i press the area blood would release but there is no swelling this time. I started having hep sulph-30 two days back which has increased the outflow of PUS. Please recommend me something which can make the problem heal and so that it does not reoccur. I am student still preparing for my final sem and this is very distracting really need help. Thanks in advance.
harrymm on 2010-02-22
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