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Pilonidal Cyst

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It would need to be completely, surgically-removed.
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Making the diagnostic call requires an exam; not something that can be accomplished over the Internet. I pilonidal cyst/abscess is a possibility, but...
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Hi I do know of this problem but I found this, its interesting, see what you think first.There are several theories as to how this could happen. Hair...
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I have heard of Pilonidal cysts leaving "sinuses" or basically openings where it was. If it is still painful, red or draining that is not...
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If going to an ER is not a financial issue, I am sure that you can get care for your pilonidal cyst. There is no way to know if there is a colorectal...
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heat at the site, tempurature(could start out low grade the become high), pus from cyst, fatigue, body aches-----any or all of those or anything...
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Oh, ouch! I'm sorry you've experienced a pilonidal cyst.I'm not sure how long ago you finished your antibiotics, but they do continue...
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Some individuals with a pilonidal cyst may not have symptoms, and the only finding may be a dimple or an opening in the skin (sinus tract) near the...
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The complications of a pilonidal cyst may include the following:Abscess formation.Recurrence of the pilonidal cyst.Systemic infection (infection...
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Although more than 40% of patients with pilonidal cysts will experience a recurrence, in general the long-term prognosis is excellent.
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Though there are several theories, most researchers believe that pilonidal cysts are caused by the penetration of loose hairs into the skin. In...
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A pilonidal cyst can be diagnosed by your physician based on your symptoms and the findings on your physical exam. No blood work or imaging studies...
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An infected pilonidal cyst is an abscess that requires incision and drainage. Often, this procedure can be performed in a physician's office or in an...
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Pilonidal cysts occur more frequently in men than in women. They are also more common in Caucasians and in individuals who have an occupation that...
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Good hygiene of the tailbone area is critical. Keep the area clean and dry, and either shave or use depilatory creams to keep the area free of hair...
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