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scar tissue and infection
Posted by: Rhonda
Date: August 11, 2001 3:22 AM

What can be done to repair severe embedded scar tissue? The scar tissue has occurred as a result of a chronic case of an abcessed area. The scar tissue is protecting the abcessed area so antibiotics are not effective.

RE: scar tissue
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: August 11, 2001 4:31 AM

Antibiotics are commonly not effective, usually causing more problems than they solve and often not effective because the particluar organism is resistant to a particular antibiotic. As to scar tissue, if it really is the problem, what there is to know about scar tissue is that it is not going anywhere save for surgical excision and then sometimes it returns in greater quantity than before the excision. I can't tell you what to do, but if I had an abscess which would not heal on its on, I would consider having it drained (aspiration with needle and syringe by a qualified doctor) and injected with colloidal silver. Then I would have a full exam by a good doc to include a high resolution blood morphology study with a dark field microscope to see why my immune system would not correct the situation on its own and have that condition properly treated.

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