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anal fistula what remedy.?

hello, i was operated on for anal fistula 3 months ago, but the operation failed, i just have a pimple in the anal area and no abscess or pain, the pimple fills with pus ... j 've found on sites that silicea is a good remedy, I have at home granules of silicia 7ch, what is the dose to take please? thank you
  elamabdellah on 2020-04-28
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You could take once or twice daily. One or two pills will be one dose. You should continue this 7c Sil(low potency) till pus is entirely out--this is important. And after pus is out you could finish the treatment with one or two doses of Silicea 200.
maheeru 2 years ago
I took silicea 30ch for 20 days and the pu still keeps coming out ... is it normal? it will stop before stopping? I also pri myristica 30ch..thank you
elamabdellah last year
I thought you were supposedly taking 7c? If you are taking more than one advice please stay with one, else you will mess your case :)

If 30c has not stopped the pus, yes myristica is an option. But go low like 3c/6c if possible. 30c can be used later.
maheeru last year

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