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Pilonidal cyst

Hello everyone.

Well, my question is this....I have a pilonidal cyst that flares up terribly once a year. Right now, it has been flared up for a week. I just finished a weeks worth of antibiotics and 95% of the pain is gone but the cyst is not gone. I know the only other option for removing the cyst is surgery but I do not want to take that route. The healing time is 6-8 weeks with an open wound the whole time. I am terrified and was wondering if anyone knows of a homeopathic medicine that could help this.

Thank you in advance.
 
  naydies on 2005-04-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
An operation is the removal of a "vent" that the body is using to get rid of its internal problems.

If this vent is removed the problem will be driven deper into the body and cause many problem -- some of a chronic nature.

But you need to provide info about yourself , so that we may select a correct remedy.

Are you tidy/untidy
hot/cold
Like/dislke rich food
Dislike wearing wollen garments
Eat little and often- have a down about 4 oc in the aft noon
Get any burning pains.

etc etc
 
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