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Homeopathic remedies for anal fistula

Hpathy Ezine, February, 2011 | Print This Post Print This Post |

Homeopathic remedies for anal fistula

Posted by: Santosh kr.Roy

I am suffering from anal fistula from 2 month. I had taken Myristica 30, so one external opening created through which pus and blood drains. Now I take Thuja 200. and Silicea 200 in two days but it do not help. These days dark red blood come very frequently in morning.Requesting you to suggest me doses of these medicine if both can help to cure my anal fistula.
I will be thankful to you.
Santosh kr. Roy

Dear Santosh,

Did a homoeopathic physician prescribe these for you? Self-medication is not advisable and unknowingly, you could make your problem worse. Thuja and Silicea are not the only remedies that may be useful for fistula. Depending on your case, the right remedy needs to be chosen. Please consult a homoeopathic physician in person for proper treatment and permanent resolution of the problem.

Good luck,
Dr. Firuzi Mehta


Firuzi Mehta

Dr. Firuzi Mehta qualified as a homeopathic physician in 1997. She then did her H.M.D. from the British Institute of Homoeopathy, London and also did a brief course in Anthroposophy which includes Iscador Therapy for Cancer. She practices in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. She has been working with the Hpathy Team since 2008.


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    November 16, 2012

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  2. len

    December 28, 2012

    I have suffered with a fistula for about a year. I had two surgeries to drain the abcess and within a week of each one, the abcess and pain returned. I have tried many medications and antibiotics with minimal results. I was doing research about poultices and decided I wanted something simple and inexpensive. I chose to use a steeped tea bag (black or green) with most of the liquid removed. I positioned the tea bag on the abcess and held it in place and sat on it. Within an hour, the abcess had drained substantially, the pain had disappeared and I had relief from the problem. If you do this once or twice a day, it is far superior to taking a sitz bath. Currently, I am using a feminine hygiene pad on which I place the tea bag. I then paper clip the tea bag to the pad, position it in my underwear and it is held in place securely. I am going to jog around the block which I have been unable to do for a year!

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