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ear hematoma in a cat

my cat has just developed a hematoma in his ear. i did a search and found a post here regarding treatment by using 'Ledum and Anica, alternately, for the same thing on my dog. 30 potency thrice a day (i.e. three doses of each) at 2 hourly intervals to start with, decrease frequency of doses as haematoma reduces.' unfortunately i am a bit unclear about a few things regarding treatment. is this treatment oral? i'm guessing it is but would like to be sure. secondly, i see in the post to use 30 potency thrice a day at 2 hour intervals but i don't know how much should be given. if someone ca answer this for me or can suggest an alternative, please help, i went through this with anouther cat and the vet bill was $600. i can't afford anouther hit like that but if i can't treat it myself, i am going to have to go back to the vet. i can't allow my cat to suffer, even if i have to.
thank you and bless,
  alonso on 2007-06-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The treatment is oral.Only Arnica is sufficient.
Mix one drop of the medicine in a little water.Shake it well and give the minimum possible say 5-10 drops of it as a dose, thrice daily till cure.Always shake well before use atleast 30 times.
sajjadakram635 last decade
thanks so much for your help. i just started treatment today.
bless, alonso
alonso last decade
My cat just developed Haematoma as well and the vet suggested surgery but did not mention anything about oral treatment.
Does this treatment work and prevent the 'cauliflower' ear?
jchern last decade
I had started her on Arnica 30 -one does every 2 hours or so but my doc has given Hep Sulp- may I alternate them?
gitamadhu last decade
Hep Sulph is good proposition. Initially please try it for a week then Arnica.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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