was there a "reason" the father did this????
A north suburban Waukegan man took a plea deal that kept him out of prison for an incident in which he took a needle and thread to his son’s buttocks.
Randy Swopes, 52, represented himself in court Friday to accept a plea deal that sentenced him to 24 months of probation and 250 hours of public service.
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An anal fistula is a communicating tract between the inner anus or rectum and the external skin surrounding the anus.
It begins as a superficial ulcer that becomes infected creating an anal abscess that subsequently bursts leaving a communicating tract between the internal anus and the external skin of the perianal region.
It causes a chronic discharge of pus that typically has an offensive odor.
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My wife has Crohn's. She had a fistula a few years ago. She woke up screaming in the middle of the night and said it felt like she had just been stabbed. At 2am, we got in the car and rushed her to the hospital. She had emergency surgery, was in the hospital for more than a week with constant IV antibiotics and painkillers, and was on a cocktail of powerful oral antibiotics (flagyll, cipro, etc) for the next month or so. She said it was one of the most painful things she's ever experienced --- not just the actual fistula, but the surgery and recovery as well. I think it's reasonable to say that she would have been lucky not to die if we had just tried to do some home surgery.
I don't know how this kid wasn't taken from his father. It's nothing short of abuse to do what he did. And representing yourself in court? He's a real DIY guy apparently
When I worked in health insurance we used to have to get pictures of conditions for pre-authorizations.....not a fun time opening the mail and seeing pictures of fistulas, hemmorroids and the sort. Horribly true story
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