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Presence of Fistula in the ano and an abscess in front

Dear Sir(s),

I had an abscess in the anus, found in the month of May, 2014. I visited my family physician and he told me it was infected piles. Then after undergoing his treatment it was okay but as soon as the course of antibiotic used to be over, it used to recur. After 3-4 times i went to a homeopathic doctor who told me it was fistula in the ano. He gave me medicine. I was told to gulp half of the bottle next day at fast early in the morning and the remaining half after shaking 10 times again at fast early in the morning.I was almost alright for a month. It was still draining but without any considerable pain.Then after a month i went to visit him (as he told) and he gave me another bottle of medicine to be consumed after 6 days.I was supposed to take only two tablespoon of the liquid from that bottle and dilute with 1 glass of water and consume again at fast early in the morning.I took the medicine as per his advice after 6 days on 15th August. Again there was irritation, but i was okay. But I had a office party on 28th and from the very next day again that piercing pain came back. And this time it was blood along with the pus. Yesterday morning I discovered that I have an abscess has occurred just on the opposite side of the anus ie in the front and just 2 cms above of the point from which the anal cleavage has started and 1 cm beneath the point from where testis sack has started. The drainage has reduced over last two days but I can still feel the presence of an abscess. My homeopath has told me visit him on 1 month from the date of last consumption ie on 15th September. But i am under tremendous inconvenience. Though I never had or not having presently any inconvenience while passing stools.

Please help with advices or prescriptions.
  saumya banerjee on 2014-09-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please furnish the following information:
1 Your age,height and weight.
2 Do you suffer from constipation? If yes from when.
3 What sort of climate do you prefer hot or cold ?
4 Is there any time of day or night when you feel hungry?
5 What is your thirst like? Do you drink enough water?
telescope 8 years ago
Your requested information are as hereunder:

1) Age: 31 years
Height: 5 ft 8-9 inches
Weight: around 80 kgs.

2) No. I don't suffer from constipation. But before that first occurrence, i was experiencing little uneasiness during passing stool. Otherwise, I don't normally suffer from Constipation.

One more thing, I was taking enough protein (in the form of eggs and meat but no steroid or protein powder)immediately before it occurred for the first time. It was as per what my gym instructor told me to consume.

3) If it is not extremely hot or extremely cold, I have no such preference. I normally do travel a lot for my business and I am more or less okay with weather conditions. But pretty recently, I guess I am little uncomfortable with A.C.s. I can't stay in a room with A.C. on for a while, I feel cold.

4) Hungry: Normally around 1 pm and 9 pm.

5) Now I drink enough water. But during, the time when that occurred for the first time, I wasn't drinking sufficient water. My urine used to remain yellow.

Please feel free to ask any more question, you want to ask.

Thanks & regards,

saumya banerjee 8 years ago
Please take a dose of Calcarea Carb 1M preferably at night and then report after 3days. Please do not eat or drink anything sour as that will antidote the medicine.
telescope 8 years ago

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