please help me !!!

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I'm a girl in 22 years old. I had 5 plonidal sinus surgeries and now it's come around. I just want to now that where is the cure?? where is the best hospital and doctor? I can go everywhere for treatment all around the world so is there anyone who help me ?? I'm begging you ! 

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    I had surgery for the drainage of a perianal abscess. It was a large abscess which was extremely painful. I was admitted to hospital as an emergency and had surgery to drain the abscess. The wound was left open to heal and I have been attending the hospital on a daily basis to have the wound packed and the dressing changed.

    After 4 weeks  the nurse packing my wound told me although it is almost healed on the outside, there is still a 2cm depth inside the wound and that the outside is healing faster than the inside. She said if the wound closes too early I will be left with a pocket which could cause the abscess to re-occur.

    She called a consultant who examined my wound (ouch) and he said I have to come in for further surgery under anaesthetic to open the wound up as the opening was too small, so packing can be inserted and also to examine the wound to check for 'tracking'. 

    That was on Friday and I was booked in on the Monday, I had the procedure done and the original incision was like a cross shape measuring 1.2cm by 2cm, it is now 2cm by 3cm! Hurts more than last time... More packing going in and the depth is now 1cm more! Bled quite heavy afterwards!

    Is this the usual incision shape for drainage it's like a ''+'' shape incision.

    The are using aquacel to pack it, is it ok to leave the packing in overnight - if i do it has a funny smell to it on removel. Urgh! is this ok as when I had the surgery on Monday they used alginate rope to pack it.

    SOre at mo - 


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