anul fistula and fissureI am 32 yrs old.i had first baby at 28 yrs of my age, through normal delivery but with forecepps. now i have my second baby who is 1 and a half yrs old. since her birth , i had developed anul fistula and fissure problem. i am taking homopathy treatment which gave me a lot of relief, but still my problem is not completely solved. i have a little boil around my anus from which pus drains out on a regular basis. it causes a lot of pain and itiching problem. as i am a working women ,if i have to sit for more than 7 to 8 hrs.it becomes painful. I am taking following medicines;
myristica sebiferra 30
all these medicines are in liquid form. i take 2-3 drops of myristica sebiferra in little water twice a day and after sometime i take calcarea sulph 6x twice or thrice daily. after 2 or 3 days i take silicea 2 drops in little water once a day . when i take silicea, other medicines are discontinued. i.e silicea is taken twice a week. i even apply calendula Q in liquid form on my anul area which is in liquid form. having applied this lotion gives me a lot of relief.i am very sensitive and i always remain in tension. but have a good married life. please suggest how can i permanently get rid of this problem in short span of time.
parampreet on 2010-06-14
If after some time you do not experience any relief, you are requested to post your problem on the Fistula thread on the link below. You are also invited to read the many pages of cases which I have treated many of which have resulted in a cure.
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