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Pilonidal Abcess

Hello, I am a 35 year old female and have had my first occurrence. On June 26th I went to emergency as I did not know what was happening. The doctor lanced, drained and packed the wound. I currently recieve home nursing for packing. I am on my 4th week and the size is reduced to 0.3 of an inch but still has drainage. I have read many of your posts and wondered if I could benefit from the remedies i.e.- silicea. I would like to heal this and hopefully never see a recurrence. I was told that it was unusual that I had one at a late age, however my job requires sitting for 10-12hrs a day and I beleive this brought it about. Any information you could provide to help finish the healing and prevention form happening again would be helpful. This is my first time consulting an alternative form of medicine. Thank you.
  kattw on 2012-07-24
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1. ID or Your Name:
2. Age
3. Sex
4. Single/Married
5. weight
6. Height Â….
7. country
8. climate
9. List of your complaints

10. Since how long are you suffering from each complaint

11. Diabetic or non-Diabetic
12. Desire sweets/sour/salt
13. Thirst
14. Tongue and Taste
15. Current Blood Pressure (without medicine and with medicine)

16. What exactly is happening?

17. How do you feel?
18. How does this affect you?

19. How does it feel like?
20. What comes to your mind?
21. One situation that had a
big effect on you?

22. How did that feel like?
23. What sensation do you experience in that situation?

24. What are you showing by that gesture of your hand (Habits or Actions)?

25. Important Question.
Current and previous remedies/medicines you are taking or took in the past?

26. Family Background
27. Educational Qualifications of the patient
28. Nature of work, what do you do for living?

29. Desires, likes and dislikes for food
30. Name of foods which increase your problem

31. Important Question.
Mind-behavior, anger, irritability, hurry,
impatientÂ…and so on.. How are you different from other persons, public speaking or not, you can describe all of the details about your behavior, love and affections.

32. Aggravation (increases-time, season,)&
Amelioration (Decreases)

33. Attached here your photographs of the affected area. (if required/optional)
34. Location of the disease
35. Side of the problem (Right or Left), (Upper or Lower part of body)

36. Color of the secretions/discharges e.g
urine, stool, sputum, Saliva etc.

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37. When is the period during the month approx

37. When is the period during the month approx date?

Any monthly cycle issues? Regular, early, late, before problems, after problems,
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38. Are you pregnant? If yes, please give pregnancy start date? Any current issues?

nawazkhan last decade
1. Katherine
2. 35
3. F
4. Common law
5. 175lbs
6. 5ft8
7. Canada
8. At this time humid/dry
9. 1st Pilonidal abcess, still draining and its week 4 Pain still present when sitting.
10. Since June 26th (4 wks)
11. non diabetic
12.sweets sometimes
13. have been dehydrated
14. fine
15. blood pressure 116/78
16. Had pain in tailbone area for two weeks. didn't know what it was so went to emergency on jun 26. Diagnosed as pilonidal abcess, doctor lanced,drained and packed. Have received home nursing every couple of days to clean and repack wound. I am currently at .03 of an inch left in depth with mild drainage.
17. I feel stressed, worried, my hips back and neck are messed up and in pain from supporting myself because i cant sit normally
18. makes me irritable, tired,back/neck muscle soreness can't drive or work
19. uncomfortable
20. it isn't going to go away and will come back
21. being laid up for weeks, not being able to sit and do normal daily activities, stopped going to gym
22. not good
25. I was given tylenol 3 for pain and was told to take motrin and regular tylenol. Nurse uses medicated packing and cleaning solution not sure what it is. packing is covered with oversized bandage to keep area clean.
26. caucasian, parents deceased at early age not aware of to much of family history.
27. college diplomas
28. surveillence Supervisor
29. pretty well like everything
30. none
31. reserved, quiet at times,tough on myself, not very patient sometimes, perfectionist, bottle up emotions
32.not sure
33. not required
34. between buttocks in the cleft area by tailbone
35.i think slightly left of center
36. yellow,brown, no sputum,clear saliva
37. 18th
38.irregular for about 6 yrs now, go many months without one, if I do have one it is usually brown discharge for a couple of days and thats it
38. no
kattw last decade
What is the exact color of pus right now?

Any bleeding?

Please describe your pain?
nawazkhan last decade
The bandage looks like red and then brown with a little amount of clear to faint yellow. The red is most likely bleeding. Bandage is predominately brown with red.

My pain occurs only when I sit directly in the upright position. As the pressure is directly on the area. To sit normally it is a discomfort however I have returned to work this week and the prolonged sitting gets uncomfortable/irritable and I keep shifting to either of my hips or sit on my foot to relieve the pressure. By the end of the day my drive home is unbearable and am constantly shifting around.
kattw last decade
Hi, May God Bless You.

Please get hold of Alumen 30C, Calendula 200C, Berberis Vulgaris 3X and Hypericum 200C asap.

Good luck.
nawazkhan last decade

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