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fistula with perianal abscess

dear doctor
kindly advice treatment for my problem.i had undergone fissurectomy two months ago and after that lot of pain started coming.checked with local homeopath and he said its perianal abscess.
i started homeo treatment but on sunday i ate food with pepper and since then the problem became severe and the abscess got bigger. homeo gave me silicia 1m one dose but the abscess not got burst fully and i was in lot of pain.

one more thing whenever i sit i hot water i observe lot of red pepper cmng out of my anus or abscess though i stopped taking it after the said incident on sunday.

i went to colorectal surgeon and he diagnosed with fistula and abscess almost half of my right buttock.

had undergone surgery two days back for both abscess n fistula.still in pain.

i request u to sugest homeo treatment so that it will not reoccur please
  pashupathinath on 2014-03-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
PL take
1. Penicilin-1m 6 pills at bed time (only one dose of 6 pills)
Next day : No medicines
then start
2. Herpar Sulph-200 6 pills twice a day
2. Merc Sol-200 6 pills twice a day
Pl keep 30-40 minutes gap between 2 and 3
Pl take above treatment for one week and then give feedback

R.P. Tamhankar
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