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Undergone pere anal abcesses operation. Pus coming out with foul smell.

HI, i had a pere anal abcesses operation about 8 months back. till now i am still having the drainage hole though it has become smaller. Doctors advised me a n MRI of the pelvic part and told me after that everything is fine and time will heal the wound. There is no fistula ... But then my problem is i still have the pus comming out and everytime i have to put a cotton gauze to absorb it. the discharge is sometimes greenish,blackish,brownish and foul smelling. On the gauze it is in small amount. kindly advice.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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For the concern problem solution you should try alternative treatment for heal up the wound. Take murdarsang and safeda kasigri in equal amounts (these both medicine easily available on herbal shops) mix in honey, take gauze piece and put this ointment on affected site. Hope within couple days fruitful result come out.

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Dr izhar
Answered: Sun, 18 May 2014
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