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Perianal Abscess

My 1 year old grandson has some constipation, and after few weeks he was in pain while passing stool. The doctors diagnosed perianal abscess and surgery was done 5 weeks ago. His wound is not healing and pus keeps coming back. the wound bursts and white pus comes out. we are giving him sitz baths with Betadine. Can some one with homeopathy expertise help. Thanks.
ps. If need more info. please let me know,
 
  sishkoo on 2011-10-27
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Is there any bleeding? How about the pain?
 
nawazkhan 8 years ago
Hi,
Alright, please give the child only one dose of Merc. Sol 200C, one drop mixed in a spoonful of mineral water, only one dose.

Report progress after 2 days.

Many prayers for his good health and long life.

Regards
Nawaz
 
nawazkhan 8 years ago
Dear Nawaz Khan,
Many thanks for prompt response. We are at present giving him Arnica and Echinechia 3globX 4 per day. Shall we discontinue?
 
sishkoo 8 years ago
Hi,

Please don't give the child too many remedies as these are very powerful with serious side effects.

Stop all remedies immediately. Please only give Merc. Sol, one dose as suggested.
 
nawazkhan 8 years ago

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