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Cat problem

I suppose animal can also be treated using homeopathic remedy. I have a cat which has fallen from my 4-storey building for 5 times from small. Now it has a problem where it has no urinating control. It will dirty my floor whenever it walks because the urine will come out whilst it walks. I have tried Arnica 30 but not successful. Can anybody advise me?
 
  zainalbusu on 2004-11-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
How many doses have you tried?

Murthy
 
bandarbabu2000 last decade
How could a cat fall that many times...no protection??

Poor dear is brused beyond bruses. Deep trauma. Has a vet seen the cat? There may be a rupture within the urinary function areas.

Arnica and hypericum every day. Place in drinking water once a day. You must have the cat looked at by vet.

The cat might as well been picked up by the tail and slammed against a wall. ANYONE'S urinary system would be damaged beyond bruses. Sabra
 
sabra last decade
single dose arnica 200c possible vertrebal

most like subluxation/mis-alignment envoled..but use arnica 200c first

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John Stanton last decade

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