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Discharged from surgeon now :)

Postby shouldi » 22 Jan 2013, 03:13

Hi All,
I had my final check up last week which was 7 weeks since botox, as i have had no pain or bleeding since the botox the surgeon does not want to see me anymore :) i have to continue taking laxido sachets once daily/twice daily.. his only concern was that i still have this ache in my left bum cheek, lower back and hip area... he does not think its anything to do with my fissure so has recommended i see a rheumatologist... so not finished with hospital yet :(
at least at the moment my fissure seems to have healed.
i am going to carry on with the coconut oil day/night just as a precaution, and am still eating sensibly....
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Re: Discharged from surgeon now :)

Postby owmybum » 22 Jan 2013, 03:26

That's fantastic news shouldi... So glad it has worked for you!!
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Re: Discharged from surgeon now :)

Postby richibeno » 22 Jan 2013, 09:50

Great news :-)
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Re: Discharged from surgeon now :)

Postby GGky1959 » 22 Jan 2013, 15:27

Hi, I'm new here...what's with the coc. oil and how does it work?
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Re: Discharged from surgeon now :)

Postby ring of fire » 26 Jan 2013, 12:24

GGky1959: Coconut oil can be placed in the area to promote healing. You can find in a natural food store in a jar like you'd see mayo in. I'm giving it a try. Only been 2 days. There is some improvement but it's too early to tell just yet.
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Re: Discharged from surgeon now :)

Postby GGky1959 » 29 Jan 2013, 16:29

Ring of fire.....I got the oil, but I'm too sensitive to place it inside my butt. Just going near that area unless its with a hot rag soaked in heated water or ice bags, is unbearable. For some reason, my stool hardens and I'm convinced its the OTC medicine I'm taking....
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