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Laser Ablation for Pilonidal Sinus: A Cutting-Edge Approach to a Persistent Problem

Pilonidal sinus is a chronic condition characterized by the formation of a cyst or abscess near the tailbone.Traditionally, this painful and recurrent issue has been treated with invasive surgical methods, often leading to long recovery periods and high recurrence rates. However, advancements in medical technology have introduced a minimally invasive alternative: laser ablation for pilonidal […]

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Embracing neoLaser for Pilonidal Sinus: Advantages and Patient Outcomes

Pilonidal sinuses often affect young adults and causes significant discomfort and disability. Traditional treatment methods, such as surgical excision and drainage, are associated with lengthy recovery times, and high recurrence rates.The search for improved, minimally invasive approaches to pilonidal sinus treatment has led to the development of advanced surgical technologies like the NeoLaser.This article explores […]

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Do Pilonidal Cysts Go Away on Their Own?

Do pilonidal cysts go away on their own? With a little bit of time and at-home care, you may be able to resolve the symptoms of an infected pilonidal cyst. Getting rid of the cyst itself is another story, however.If you’re suffering from pilonidal disease, understanding the facts about home treatment can help you determine […]

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How to Clean a Pilonidal Cyst

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When your backside is painful and inflamed, the last thing you might want to do is wash and dry it. You might worry that scrubbing around the spot will cause more pain or aggravate your condition.Despite these fears, proper cleaning is an essential component of pilonidal care. Learning how to clean a pilonidal cyst will […]

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How to Sleep After Pilonidal Cyst Surgery

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Getting good sleep after a surgical procedure can be challenging, especially when the wound is on your backside. In one study, nearly half of patients with a pilonidal sinus wound reported that there were at least six nights in which they struggled to sleep well. That statistic may leave you feeling concerned about whether pilonidal […]

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