I'm 24yr old female. I had the excision and primary closure on the 19/12/16, a few days later an infection was found. I was given antibiotics and some dressings and sent on my way. Over Christmas I didn't feel well and there was a lot of hemoserous fluid drainage... So much it would go completely through the dressing, the pad and onto my underwear and clothes. On the 26/12 I went to A+E because I was worried about the amount of fluid and I thought the stitches were loose. The registrar and surgeon had a look, they pressed down on the wound and it was like a fountain of fluid gushing from the wound. They decided to admit me to a ward and operate in the morning. My consultant came to see the wound in the morning, he said there was no need to operate. The staff nurse then took out the stitches, cleaned the wound and packed it. They changed my antibiotics which worked, and I'm continuing to have daily packing with practice nurse and district nurse. Over the last few days it's bleeding a lot more than usual and the practice nurse yesterday said she thinks twice daily packing would be more appropriate as my skin is now excoriated from the amount of fluid irritating my skin. Is it normal for it to still be bleeding this much? They have swabbed to check for infection, results back yesterday and no infection found. Has anyone else had a similar experience? I'm finding it hard to cope with this. I'm in university studying nursing, it's a very demanding course and I'm having to take time off, change upcoming placements to suit my needs, apply for extensions on assignments because I can't concentrate on anything. It's getting me down, I just need someone to tell me it's going to get better haha!