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Pilonidal Cyst confusion

I am confused about the information on here about the Pilonidal cyst. I just got off the phone with a second doctor and he is recommending surgery although I dont think that they have given any thought to any other alternatives.

My cyst broke and oozed puss and now has stopped but there seems to be some puss deeper down and not just under the skin. Is there anything I can take to help this?

Are there more questions I need to answer to get a suggestion?
  tommac on 2005-04-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
you now have several threads on this and it is difficult to know which one to reply to .. Please let us know which one you are reading and informing us through?!
erika last decade
well this one regarding my case ...

and the summary regarding generalized info ... no discussions ...

like the breakdown of what meds are good and when and why to take them
tommac last decade
There are MANY postings on P. cyst. Go back through the forum. (bottom of front, below where you posted.)

At your stage as you describe, it is time for ONE dose of SILICEA 200X OR 6C, one per week, no closer. Two doses only. This brings the pus to the surface to drain.

In between 3 times a week for two weeks, homeopathic ECHINACEA 30C for the deeper problem to heal it.

Surgery will not always help and homeopathy will.

Blessings, Sabra
sabra last decade

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