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Perianal Abscess Pain
It can: Many patients with peri-anal and peri-rectal abscess recover fine and never have a recurrence. Some patients develop recurrent abscess, and eventually are also found to have crohns or ulcerative colitis. Hopefully your abscess will be once and over. Both uc and crohns are difficult to diagnose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Perirectal: Abscesses are typically drained by a radiologist under ct guidance. See your doctor first. ...Read more
Can large ovarian follicle thats ruptured cause constant abdominal pain near hip and bellybutton? Could it have caused my abscess in perirectal area
Abcessed tooth: An upper tooth that is abcessed can cause pain that seems like it is in the ear. Axillary lymph nodes are in the chest and arm pit, and would not be swollen due to an abcessed tooth. You need to see a dentist for the abcessed tooth. If you have swollen axillary lymph nodes, you need to see your medical doctor asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lacerated toe. Infected, swollen, red, radiating pain. Now, urge to urinate often and rectal discharge/itching. Coincidence or infection spreading?
Sounds awful: That sounds like a nasty toe laceration, and if infected it should be looked at by a primary care or urgent care Dr. who will see if it needs to be drained or consider antibiotics. A spreading infection can lead to fever, chills, spreading redness, fatigue then may lead to diarrhea, but what you're describing without the other symptoms I've mentioned is unlikely to be from a toe infection. ...Read more
Just finished surgery for perianal abscess. Now has lower back pain and tender abdomen. Are these inflammation related to abscess?
Back Again?: Pilonidal cysts can be difficult to treat and heal. I have seen many patients with several recurrences. It can be treated successfully. You may have yet another recurrence. You need need to see a surgeon associated with a wound care center for the proper care of your situation. ...Read more
Can small anal fissure or internal hemorrhoid inflammation causes mild pain and burning in right& left buttocks including upper thighs pain.
Recurrent folliculitis in axillary and pubic region, pain and pus, kindly.Recommend some antibiotic?
Perianal abscess: Warm tub soaks and see a colorectal surgeon as soon as possible. It is possible that nothing else will be needed. However, 50% of abscesses recur and or persist as a draining sinus a s a result of the presence of an anal fistula. A short course of antibiotis may also be needed now in addition to the spontaneous drainage. ...Read more
Days to weeks: Sorry you had an abscess there, but it will heal. Usually it takes several days to 3 weeks, each case being somewhat different. It may however intermittently drain ast the I&D site, and this could be the formation of a fistula, which is a persistent tract between the inside of the rectum, and the skin near the anus. You should see a colorectal surgeon if this happens. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably nothing: But depends on type of drain and how long it was in. Generally 2-4 days of drainage is adequate but not knowing the circumstances specific to your problem, best to call the person who did the drainage and notify them of the situation and seek their opinion on whether you have anything to worry about. ...Read more
Your surgeon needs: To know this. Only he knows the complexity of your disease and can guide you further. ...Read more
Recurrence: About half of anal abscesses will result in the development of a chronic fistula (an abnormal connection between two organs) from the inciting anal gland to the skin overlying the drainage site. A fistula may account for problematic recurrence of perianal abscesses and may require surgical correction (fistulotomy). ...Read more
Not usually: I suggest you see your surgeon, and discuss your discomfort. That's a bit long to still be uncomfortable, though that is a broad term. Call your surgeon and make an appointment. Good luck. ...Read more
No: A perianal abscess is an infected area adjacent to external anal canal. Other than pain, it can not influence function of the intestinal. Diarrhea is due to excess fluid in the colon secondary to failure to adsorb excess fluid which produces normal stool. Abnormal bacteria in colon, toxic food causing increased peristalsis food allergy , drug sensitivity can all cause diarrhea. ...Read more
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