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please help dog with possible pyometra!

My dog is a 6 year old Pomeranian. Normally she is quite hyper, curious, very interested in food and treats, a little dominant sometimes and protective.
She had no previous health issues.
3 weeks ago she came down with gastritis, which turned into possible pancreatitis. We don't know exactly, because I had no money for the bloodwork, so this is just from the vet's examination. She had a course of antibiotics and antiinflammatories.
Then last Friday, she had a lot of discharge from her vagina. First it was copious, yellowish, mixed with a bit of blood. Then it became more sticky and dark. Wednesday it was almost chocolate color and very solid, but not too copious.
The vet said, she could have Pyometra and needs surgery, but again, I don't have the money. It is very expencive.
The discharge has now stopped and she is eating and drinking better.
She still gets tired on her walk, is indifferent and likes to hide under the bed in a cool room. She gets very irritated and bites when we try to move her from there! She never used to do this before! I don't know if she could still be in pain.
I am very concerned that her cervix possibly closed up and more pus is forming inside. I would like a remedy that would clear any remaninig pus, if there is still any, prevent spreading of the infection and return her to her normal mental state.
I am using tissue salts #3, #7 and #11, ( are these the right ones?) but a remedy would be good too.
She is currently also taking antibiotics, but we cannot afford the surgery. Please help save her life! : (
  cicka on 2009-08-07
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Update: After much biting, I managed to get her out from under the bed. This room has an airconditionner, but her paws were very cold and she was shaking. The vet also said, she has lower than normal temperature. I hope this helps! Thanks!
cicka last decade
Please follow the treatment plan given below for 3 days and report back.
In the morning a dose of hepar sulph 200
In the evening a dose of sepia 200
Please don't give her any other remedies (homeo or bio-chemic) for 3 days.
kadwa last decade
Hi kadwa!
Thanks for the advice! I have read a lot about Pyrogenum. What do you think?
Can you explain why do you feel this is the best treatment for her?
cicka last decade
As female symptoms are prominent here, i thought that a female remedy is needed. Her sitting posture made me think about Sepia. At the same time as pyometra invloves pus formation, a remedy that deals with such states was thought of. Now hepar sulph is a remedy primarily indicated where pus formation takes place. Sepia also follows Hepar Sulph well. Therefore i recommended hepar sulph followed by sepia for three days. If this had not been an acute condition i would have recommended three doses of hepar sulph on a single day, followed by three doses of sepia on a single day after one week.
Your pick pyrogenium is also good.
kadwa last decade
Hi kadwa!
So my dog ended up having to have a surgery. I had to ask for a credit increase on my Visa, but this was the best thing to do for her.
Her Pyometra has closed and we have seen on the X-ray that her uterus was full of pus. The day before surgery she didn't even want to eat her most favorite food and was very lethargic. It was high time to get it done.
Thanks for the advice though!

I have noticed that now her vulva has gotten very dark blackish color, which didn't used to be the case. Any idea why this may be? It started before the surgery and now got more dark...
cicka last decade

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