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Important news for Pilonidal Cyst Patient,MUST READ !

Hello Everyone !
I have been Pilonidal cyst patient my self for last 2-3 years.However,i have had 3 surgeries,my recent surgery was 'cliff lift surgery' which was about year and half ago.I found out that not eating Beef help eliminate Pilonidal cyst so, i gave it a try,it has been almost 1 year since i took last bite of beef kebab and fortunately,my cyst area which used to bleed with blood and other fluid has been totally dried up.Even my surgery scar which used to swell and hold fluid underneath has been reduced,NOT eating beef completely and reducing goat meat to once a month has been very helpful in my situation.But it takes time before you see any result,in my case it was 1 year,it might be less or more depending on body's hormones and activity.Also exercise like walking on treadmill might also help.I decided to tell this news to all patients who can benefit from it.As most of us know that Beef is not good for Health period and giving it a try would hurt you for sure and might even benefit you just like me,Please don't think that i am from some sort of organization who try to stop you from eating beef or so,i just want to help everyone who is suffering from this disease.Please let me know if somebody got any benefit from it,I would feel good to know that i help someone.God bless you and Good luck in your recovery.
[message edited by Bravo31 on Fri, 15 Feb 2013 23:50:50 GMT]
 
  Bravo31 on 2013-02-15
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