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Question: cyst removed

 problemgirl - Fri Jul 22, 2005 11:49 am

Hello I'm 19 and i just recently had a Phylonidal ( i think thats how u spell it ) cyst removed from my tailbone area on may 10th 2005, and well for like a week or so after i had some discharge ..... normal ya know, and now 2months + later im getting really bad discharge, but maybe me being on my period also since my surgery dosent help it either but i don't know what to do , my butt hurts and this discharge really sucks i mean my pants get wet because this discharge just comes out , could someone please help me
 Dr. S. Adhikari - Sun Nov 05, 2006 3:01 pm

It needs to be seen whether you had complete removal of your pilonidal sinus or if you have a recurrence as this condition can be notoriously recurrent. Also persistence of infection in the sinus tract needs to be excluded.

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