Pilonidal sinus

It is a sac filled with hair and skin debris that forms at the bottom of your tailbone usually occurs due to sweating in the sacral area and friction after sitting or travelling for a prolonged period.

Surgical treatment

  • Wide location excision & healing by secondary intervention
  • Excision & closure
  • Video assisted ablation of pilonidal sinus (VAAPS)
  • Endoscopic pilonidal sinus treatment (EPST)


Collection of pus in the area of anus and rectum occurs due to infection of anal fissure, trauma, blocked glands in the anal area and sexual transmitted diseases (STD’s).


  • Constipation
  • Pus discharge from anus
  • Fever & chills
  • Redness and pain
  • Tenderness in area of anus


Incision and drainage of abscess under local anesthesia

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Frequently Asked Questions

 It will probably take about 4 weeks to completely heal.

A laser beam is used to remove debris and pus from the pilonidal sinus during this painless and scarless surgery.

Pilonidal sinus surgery is not typically painful compared with other anorectal procedures.

Squamous-cell carcinoma arising in a pilonidal sinus is a rare complication of a common disease.

In most cases, the chance of an abscess coming back after proper treatment is very minimal.

It may continue to grow and fill with pus until it bursts, which can be painful and can cause the infection to spread or come back.

The abscess should heal completely within two weeks.

If you have a fever and swelling and pain at site, these are symptoms may indicate that the infection is serious.

Diabetes is a risk factor for infections of the skin, urinary tract, and lower respiratory tract, and also associated with perianal abcess.

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