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Sebaceous cyst on left buttock, pus formation. Surgery done for removal. Permanent cure?

Hi I had a surgery done to remove a raptured sebaceous cyst on my left buttock which has been left open - there are a lot pus remaining n the nurse said that i might be gettin it again n can you suggest me ways/remedies how to get the pus out completely n how to avoid getting that cyst again [ got the cyst at the same place as last year s]
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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hi there, a ruptured sebaceous cyst needs to be completely evacuated and the skin apposed together and sutured otherwise it will get infected leading to scarring and may be an abscess. If is the skin deficit is too large then you may even need a skin graft to cover that area. Do take a surgeon's consult and get treated accordingly. Now for the time being you can get it cleaned with antiseptic lotion and get a light dressing on it . Try not to sit on it or put pressure over it. Take care.
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