Abscess /Fistula TreatmentHi Joe,
I am a male of 39 year and
suffering from anal fissure & sentinel pilesfrom last 20 years and got it operated on 5/4/2010.
Within one month of the opertion perenial abscess developed on the left side of anus and got it Operated (drained) on 12/7/2010.
Culture of the abscess pus show Klebsiella pneumonie so have to take Meronem IV for 5 days from 26/7/2010 to 31/7/2010.
Now doctor is saying that abscess have develop into fistula and need to be operated again.
I had therefore started taking your Joepathy from 6/8/2010.
Silicia 6x - 2 tab 3 times a day
Arnica 30C - 1 tsp 3 times a day (after shaking 5 times)
Nat Phos 6x - 2 tab 3 times a day (after food)
Ferrum Phox 6x - 2 tab 2 times
Applying antiseptic ointment (povidine iodine 5%) after returning from toilet
Eltroxin 25mcg (for hypothyroid).
Pus is still coming out of the operated area and it seem that another abscess has started developing at 5 o'clock.
Please advice whether I shall continue with the above treatment or shall change the medicine.
hectech on 2010-08-12
You are fortunate that you discovered the ABC Forum and that you visited the Fistula thread on:
I prefer to treat patients on this thread and would request you to copy and paste your post there and I shall respond as soon as I get the email alert.
Please note that I am not a qualified Homeopath but I do have some experience in using Homeopathic Remedies to help all those who seek my assistance.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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