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Cat Ascites from Possible Liver Tumor or Portal Vein Obstruction

My poor cat had a huge benign tumor removed in March. Now his abdomen is full from ascites. Vet thinks the remaining tumor cells might have turned malignant or there's a portal vein obstruction. She doesn't think anything more surgically can be done. Can anyone recommend a remedy for ascites and liver cancer? I'm giving him Hydrastis Can 6x per a suggestion from a homeopathic pharmacy, but it doesn't seem to be helping lose the fluid. I feel it's made him worse. Any help would be much appreciated. And I do have an appointment with a homeopathic vet but I can't get in til Monday. Anything that would help with the fluid? Thank you.
  clarkclarkclark on 2010-08-19
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Arsenicum Album 30c thrice a day for only 2 days.
kadwa last decade
Thank you! I will give Arsenicum Album 30c a try and report back.
clarkclarkclark last decade
Okay, it's been two days and I do not see a difference yet. When should this take effect, if it does? Any one?

Thank you.
clarkclarkclark last decade
You may wait for 1-2 days, if there is no improvement you may try Lycopodium 30c thrice a day for 2 days.
kadwa last decade
Neither has worked. Have not tried the Lycopodium 30c because the homeopathic vet I consulted with said not to focus on the ascites but to focus on getting his organs stronger.

What a bummer. I love the little guy.

If I do try the Lycopodium, I will post back.

Thank you.
clarkclarkclark last decade

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