I had a laproscopy nearly 2 years ago, ive had a similar infection on and off. Excuse my graphics but its oozing green puss, red, sore, quite smelly and down right gross. I am a very hygienic person and always making sure im clean yet no antibiotics have helped and the more I take the worse it gets. It has gotten to the point I cant sleep because I feel sick from looking at it or anything and because of the pain. Im not sure what's going on but I was told I should organise to go in and have surgery to clean it out and find the cause.
Would be great to receive some insight, Whats your opinions?
Quite worried a out it as its been nearly 2 years..
The surgery to clean up may be necessary. There may be formation of a chronic abscess or a fistula at the site of laparoscopy and that needs to be tackled. The infection can be deep seated and chronic and hence antibiotics may not help. Hope this helps.
Take care and good luck.
I just read your post. I'll tell you if I had a belly button with green pus
coming out of it and surgery was recommended, I would definitely agree
to the surgery. The doctor that posted a reply to you makes a lot of
good points. I hope everything goes well with your surgery. Good luck Eve:)
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