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    Recurrence of pilonidal cysts

    So not to long ago i had a cyst on my tailbone, right above my arse crack cut/drained and removed. Hurt like hell. Healed very well, now a few months later ive got the same tender feeling in the exact spot where the abscess occurred, woke up this morning and it was bleeding and slimy. Went back to the same doctor and he said ive caught it in its early stages and it wont need to be drained, but i need antibiotics and to see a surgeon to have it surgically removed so it doesnt come back.

    Is he right? I thought it needs to be drained again. ****ing cvunt of a thing coming back, they ****ing cripple you

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    Ouch!!!! Never had to deal with that but it sounds painful as h ll. Hope it heals up properly for you.
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    thanks bro.

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    I've had this and it sucks. It can get to the point where it's excruciating and you can't walk. First they generally do an incision, drain and pack it. There is a 50% chance it could come back. After all, it's generally just caused by an ingrown hair. Lots of people get it from sitting in an office chair for many hours daily.

    If it comes back, they generally do an excision and cut that area out. The entire experience is crappy, gross and very uncomfortable. Honestly, I would rather break an arm than deal with that crap again. If you leave it to build up and drain many times over the years, it will harden the area, stretch the skin into odd little ball shaped dead skin on and around your coccyx.

    Hope it all works out for you bro.
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    I have heard that crushed garlic directly on the cyst helps. You might be the sticky kid again though

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    I've had this and it sucks. It can get to the point where it's excruciating and you can't walk. First they generally do an incision, drain and pack it. There is a 50% chance it could come back. After all, it's generally just caused by an ingrown hair. Lots of people get it from sitting in an office chair for many hours daily.

    If it comes back, they generally do an excision and cut that area out. The entire experience is crappy, gross and very uncomfortable. Honestly, I would rather break an arm than deal with that crap again. If you leave it to build up and drain many times over the years, it will harden the area, stretch the skin into odd little ball shaped dead skin on and around your coccyx.

    Hope it all works out for you bro.

    Thanks mate.

    Ive already hate it cut and drained once, this time round the doc just gave me antibiotics and said they will heal it before it turns into an abscess, cyst stage ATM, and ive caught it in its early stages. But i will need to go and have the area surgically removed via a surgeon because the antibiotics are just masking the problem and it will keep coming back.

    instead of handing me antibiotics, should he have cut and drained it for the 2nd time? Or were antibiotis enough?

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    Yes get it taken care of. They can be a pain in the butt, no pun intended, if they are not removed totally the first time. Do you have diabetes?

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    No i dont have diabetes. My glucose was high on my last test, but i drink a fair amount of redbulls, well used to lol. But no signs that i know of, of diabetes.

    And i dont use slin at all for BB.

    Are these linked to diabetes?
    .Since starting the antibiotics, it seems to be less sore, and i think fixing up.

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    i had one on the back of my neck once. The doctor wanted $280 to lance it so i did it my self, it went well

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTahl View Post
    Yes get it taken care of. They can be a pain in the butt, no pun intended, if they are not removed totally the first time. Do you have diabetes?
    What's the relation you're referring to?
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