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Calling Dr Nawaz for Pilonidal cyst

Hi Doctor,

I read your posts on ABC site....Actually i have pilonidal cyst form last 8 months...

I am 29 years old, 64Kg weight.

I am form India and here in USA for work...returning back to India 19th March.

I read forums topics from Pankaj Verma and followed the following medicines:

1. I tried Myristica 200C one dose.
2. Wound Burst, liquid comes out(pink color and some blood), after 24 hours I took a dose of Silicea 30 C for continuous 7 days as suggested by Dr.
3. I took Silicea 200 C to heal it.
4. Wound did not heal, after say 7 days again I took Myristica to again open the wound
It opens at another end and just blood came out...then it became flat.
5. After that I had cold and fever so cud not continue the remedy.
6. Day before yesterday i feel its again popping out...then I took yesterday a dose of Myristica 200
7. Today cyst is big and about to burst, wound color is red...burst a little and litle blood comes out from corner end but wound is bigger....I think it will burst the blood/liquid more due to Myristica.

Remedies with me:

Myristica Seb 200 C
Silicea 30 C only 1 dose remaining..
Silicea 200 C
Calc Sulph 6C
Calendula cream.

Please suggest me. I want to follow homeopathy...before trying out any Surgery.

Thanks,
Nilesh
 
  nilesh.shekokar on 2011-02-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I have answered all of your e-mails, please follow directions. Also, post your changing symptoms and recommended remedies for the benefit of others.

Many prayers for your good health.

Regards
Nawaz
 
nawazkhan 8 years ago

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