I don't wish to alarm you,but I can't believe what I'm hearing here.I had one of these treated two years ago,and this is how it should be done properly:
a)Incision and drainage under general anaesthesia.
b)The wound is packed with sterile packing daily BY A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL(Nurse).
The wound SHOULD NOT be leaking pus,that's why it's called incision and drainage.It's packed each day until healed,so that it heals from the bottom of the wound outwards,preventing further complications of a Fistula.I was successfully treated and have had no further complications.
You need to seek professional medical help ASAP,but judging by the treatment you've received so far,DO NOT GO BACK TO THE SAME PEOPLE!
People knock our NHS system here in the UK,but I feel blessed by it,this is the most appalling case of medical negligence I've heard in some time.As I say,sorry to seem alarmist,but please seek some GENUINE medical care.
Procto-Sigmoiditis dx 1995.First Colonoscopy in ten years,on 29th Feb 2008,revealed moderate to severe Pancolitis.
Current meds;200mg Azathioprine daily.Pentasa 2 x 500mg 4 x daily(although as the Aza is now working I don't always remember all the Pentasa!).
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