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complex anal fistula

Hello. I have a complex anal fistula and I consulted 2 homeopaths on an Indian website..one prescribed me silicea 6dh twice a day and myristica sebifera 30ch only once ... the second prescribed me silicea 6dh 3 times a day and myristica 30ch twice a day ... in your opinion I opt for the 1st or 2nd choice? thank you
 
  etsyelam on 2020-10-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Tell me your complete symptoms
Also get your FISTULOGRAM done asap !!!

Dr.Jitesh Sharma
 
drjitesh last year
Good evening. i have a complex anal fistula i tried laser treatment but it didn't work. I have an internal port and two external ports. I have suppuration of pus from both external openings
 
etsyelam last year
start PAEONIA OFFICINALIS 30
THREE TIMES A DAY

REPORT AFTER 10 DAYS
DONT TAKE SILICEA & MYRISTICA

LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE DIABETES ???

DR.JITESH SHARMA
[Edited by drjitesh on 2020-10-14 14:00:34]
 
drjitesh last year
Thanks for your help. I do not have diabetes or any other disease I did analyzes .. coloscopy and fibroscopy ... why stop silicea and myristica? yet two other doctors prescribed it to me. explanation please
 
etsyelam last year
because silica & myristica is given in early stage
now your stage is advanced as you have pus discharge and very soon not controlled then you will be in lot of pain

we need top stop the discharge first
also if you get fever or pus colour is yellow or green you may have to do the culture test of the PUS as it will decide further



Dr.Jitesh Sharma
 
drjitesh last year

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