A solution that worked (for me)

5yearsofpain

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Hello, everyone, I am here to give you some information I wish I knew 5 years ago.

Background: I have had a pilonidal cyst ever since I was 15 years old. It started out as a bump on my tailbone, but me, thinking it was a pimple, tried to pop it. After many nights of pushing at it, it finally burst, which started what would be 5 years of insecurity, pain, and stress. The 5 years involved lots of black pants, sitting awkwardly, having to take a couple minutes to rest after bumping my tailbone against something. After 3 years of having it, my mom found out and she encouraged me to go to a doctor. He told me that he would drain it that day, and then if it didn't go away, I would have to go for a more serious surgery. I went through the draining, which took around 3 weeks out of my life, where I couldn't sit comfortably or work out properly. The cyst was smaller, but it did not fully go away. Within a couple of months, the cyst was back, although not as painful as before. I continued to live with it for the next 2 years, until a couple of weeks ago, my mom met someone whos brother had a polinidal cyst. She told me that the man went to a clinic in Etobicoke,(Ontario) and within a couple of months it was healed. I was specifically recommended to Doctor Slava Kim who practices at the Bioflex Rehabilitation Centre.

Currently: I have been going to the clinic for about 2 weeks and have had around 5 treatments. They are 62.99$ each and are 30-35 minutes of laser therapy. They are the easiest treatments I could have imagined. No pain, not even a little bit. Doctor Slava is incredibly kind, gentle and easy to talk to. I was curious about how this all worked at my first treatment, and before I even left the clinic, he had already sent me 5 different articles on the effects of laser therapy on wounds. I am currently undergoing treatment still, and will update this post once I have been fully healed, but I am writing this post to let people know that there is a solution.

I did not see going for surgery as a legitimate solution. Between working out, studying, and full time work, I didn't see it possible to take time off. With laser therapy I have been able to heal my wound and still continue with my day as I normally would. As I mentioned previously, I have had 5 treatments, and I am no longer bleeding or leaking. I can sit properly without any pain, I am sleeping better, in a better mood, and on top of that, I can wear any pants I want without a fear of spotting at the back.

I highly recommend this clinic and procedure to anyone who struggles with Polinidal cysts. You will not regret it.

If you have any questions, feel free to write them below.
 

Raven2022

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Hello, everyone, I am here to give you some information I wish I knew 5 years ago.

Background: I have had a pilonidal cyst ever since I was 15 years old. It started out as a bump on my tailbone, but me, thinking it was a pimple, tried to pop it. After many nights of pushing at it, it finally burst, which started what would be 5 years of insecurity, pain, and stress. The 5 years involved lots of black pants, sitting awkwardly, having to take a couple minutes to rest after bumping my tailbone against something. After 3 years of having it, my mom found out and she encouraged me to go to a doctor. He told me that he would drain it that day, and then if it didn't go away, I would have to go for a more serious surgery. I went through the draining, which took around 3 weeks out of my life, where I couldn't sit comfortably or work out properly. The cyst was smaller, but it did not fully go away. Within a couple of months, the cyst was back, although not as painful as before. I continued to live with it for the next 2 years, until a couple of weeks ago, my mom met someone whos brother had a polinidal cyst. She told me that the man went to a clinic in Etobicoke,(Ontario) and within a couple of months it was healed. I was specifically recommended to Doctor Slava Kim who practices at the Bioflex Rehabilitation Centre.

Currently: I have been going to the clinic for about 2 weeks and have had around 5 treatments. They are 62.99$ each and are 30-35 minutes of laser therapy. They are the easiest treatments I could have imagined. No pain, not even a little bit. Doctor Slava is incredibly kind, gentle and easy to talk to. I was curious about how this all worked at my first treatment, and before I even left the clinic, he had already sent me 5 different articles on the effects of laser therapy on wounds. I am currently undergoing treatment still, and will update this post once I have been fully healed, but I am writing this post to let people know that there is a solution.

I did not see going for surgery as a legitimate solution. Between working out, studying, and full time work, I didn't see it possible to take time off. With laser therapy I have been able to heal my wound and still continue with my day as I normally would. As I mentioned previously, I have had 5 treatments, and I am no longer bleeding or leaking. I can sit properly without any pain, I am sleeping better, in a better mood, and on top of that, I can wear any pants I want without a fear of spotting at the back.

I highly recommend this clinic and procedure to anyone who struggles with Polinidal cysts. You will not regret it.

If you have any questions, feel free to write them below.
I would love to know the name od the procedure an how your doing now.
 

Zaddi

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Hello, everyone, I am here to give you some information I wish I knew 5 years ago.

Background: I have had a pilonidal cyst ever since I was 15 years old. It started out as a bump on my tailbone, but me, thinking it was a pimple, tried to pop it. After many nights of pushing at it, it finally burst, which started what would be 5 years of insecurity, pain, and stress. The 5 years involved lots of black pants, sitting awkwardly, having to take a couple minutes to rest after bumping my tailbone against something. After 3 years of having it, my mom found out and she encouraged me to go to a doctor. He told me that he would drain it that day, and then if it didn't go away, I would have to go for a more serious surgery. I went through the draining, which took around 3 weeks out of my life, where I couldn't sit comfortably or work out properly. The cyst was smaller, but it did not fully go away. Within a couple of months, the cyst was back, although not as painful as before. I continued to live with it for the next 2 years, until a couple of weeks ago, my mom met someone whos brother had a polinidal cyst. She told me that the man went to a clinic in Etobicoke,(Ontario) and within a couple of months it was healed. I was specifically recommended to Doctor Slava Kim who practices at the Bioflex Rehabilitation Centre.

Currently: I have been going to the clinic for about 2 weeks and have had around 5 treatments. They are 62.99$ each and are 30-35 minutes of laser therapy. They are the easiest treatments I could have imagined. No pain, not even a little bit. Doctor Slava is incredibly kind, gentle and easy to talk to. I was curious about how this all worked at my first treatment, and before I even left the clinic, he had already sent me 5 different articles on the effects of laser therapy on wounds. I am currently undergoing treatment still, and will update this post once I have been fully healed, but I am writing this post to let people know that there is a solution.

I did not see going for surgery as a legitimate solution. Between working out, studying, and full time work, I didn't see it possible to take time off. With laser therapy I have been able to heal my wound and still continue with my day as I normally would. As I mentioned previously, I have had 5 treatments, and I am no longer bleeding or leaking. I can sit properly without any pain, I am sleeping better, in a better mood, and on top of that, I can wear any pants I want without a fear of spotting at the back.

I highly recommend this clinic and procedure to anyone who struggles with Polinidal cysts. You will not regret it.

If you have any questions, feel free to write them below.
Can you give us an update and the name of the procedure? Is there anyone in the States that uses laser therapy?
 
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