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Mamary tumor in pet rat

I have a female rat about 1 1/2 years old who has a mammary tumor. She has no other symptoms than an a lump on hear abdomen near her rear leg. Any suggestions as to what homeopathic remedy I might try on her.

  mimirohr on 2007-12-08
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#Conium. [Con]
This remedy has a specific action on the female breast, dissipating its engorgements and tumors and relieving its pains. Tumors of a suspicious nature in the mammae have been caused to disappear by the use of Conium. They are the seat of a piercing pains, worse at night, and the rest of the gland is tender.

#Phytolacca. [Phyt]
This remedy is suitable to irritable mammary tumors; Patient is chilly, rigors showing suppuration ; sore and fissured nipples;

Arnica. Tumors of the mammary gland from bruises. There is a discoloration of the parts and everything adds to the soreness; clothing, bandage, etc.

Murex. Dr. Jousset has successfully used this remedy to quiet the pains of mammary tumors, especially when these pains are increased during menses.

#Calcarea fluorica. [Calc-f]
This remedy corresponds to hard indurated swellings in the female breast. It has an excellent clinical record in dissipating these growths.-----------------

Generally Phytolacca is most widely used in such cases.
give her one dose only, 12c.
It needs to be given at least half an hour before/after meal.

You may give her tissue salt Calcarea fluorica 4 pillulls, 4 times daily in food.

Please post after a week.
Astra2012 last decade

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