Painless Pilonidal Sinus Laser Treatment

At Glamyo Health, our expert doctors will take care of Pilonidal Sinus in a painless one day laser procedure.

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Pilonidal Sinus

A pilonidal sinus (PNS) is a small hole or tunnel in the skin. It may fill with fluid or pus, causing the formation of a cyst or abscess. It occurs in the cleft at the top of the buttocks. A pilonidal cyst usually contains hair, dirt, and debris. It can cause severe pain and can often become infected. If it becomes infected, it may ooze pus and blood and have a foul odor.
A PNS is a condition that mostly affects men and is also common in young adults. It’s also more common in people who sit a lot, like cab drivers.

  • Pain when sitting or standing
  • Swelling of the cyst
  • Redness, sore skin around the area
  • Pus or blood draining from the abscess, causing a foul odor
  • Hair protruding from the lesion
  • Formation of more than one sinus tract, or holes in the skin
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Advantages of Laser Treatment for Pilonidal Sinus

Laser Hemorrhoidectomy is a minimally invasive technique used for treating Pilonidal Sinus using laser energy.
This technique has many advantages over traditional open surgery.

Traditional Surgery Laser Treatment
Minimally Invasive
Local Anesthesia
1 Day Discharge
Surgical Pain High Minimal
Recovery Slow Quick
Blood Loss High Chances
Recurrence High Chances

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1How do I know I have Pilonidal Sinus?

Some of the symptoms of Pilonidal Sinus are :

  • Large painful mass
  • Watery, purulent discharge from the pilonidal sinus
  • Pain while sitting or a little push due to tight clothing

2Where does Pilonidal Sinus develop?

Pilonidal sinus is a cyst or a small hole that can appear near the tailbone (just above the natal cleft). The cyst contains pus. Along with the pus, the cyst also contains hair, debris, dirt, and some blood. It often causes a malodorous discharge. The sinus causes itching and excruciating pain.

3Can the drainage of pus out from the cyst be done at home?

You should not try to drain the cyst on your own because it increases the chances of infection. Due to the lack of sterile materials, bacteria can enter the wound and cause an infection. Hence, it is better if you get the treatment from a specialist only.

4Is it safe to undergo surgery for Pilonidal Sinus?

Yes, it is completely safe to undergo the modern laser-based treatment for Pilonidal Sinus. There are no big cuts or incisions involved and the patient heals faster with minimal pain after the surgery. Within 24-48 hours the person is discharged.

5What is the recovery time of laser surgery for the Pilonidal Sinus?

Recovery time depends upon the patient's condition and it usually varies between 10-15 days.

6What can be the complications associated with Pilonidal Sinus?

Some of the patients feel too embarrassed to seek medical help for Pilonidal Sinus. Untreated Pilonidal Sinus can result in serious medical complications.
Some of the patients feel too embarrassed to seek medical help for Pilonidal Sinus. Untreated Pilonidal Sinus can result in serious medical complications·  Infection·  Anal fistula·  Anaemia due to prolonged blood loss.
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