Prostrate and Bladder problemsHi,
Our pet dog - a 11 year old Pomeranian, has developed a severe bladder problem. Though, I am not certain that it can be classified as such. Here is the history:
About 5 months ago, he was diagnosed as having stones in his urinary bladder. He was put on a course of Lycopodium to which he responded very well. He seemed to be improving for a while. But unfortunately, in the last month, he has suddenly taken a turn for the worse. Allopathically, his disgnoses has been an enlarged and hardened prostrate gland, and a hardened urethra. The stones might still be there.
His external symptoms are:
1. Hunches over and tries to urinate, but only manages to urinate in drops
2. When he exerts pressure, he cries out. I have observed him at these times and I feel he cries out more from the exertion than from pain. Though, of course, I cannot be certain.
He is now on Lyco and Perwira.
Any advise would be greatly welcomed. Its extremely painful to watch him suffer. We don't believe in allopathy and their surgical solutions and want to avoid it as far as possible.
Sonu on 2004-04-06
LoveMyDog last decade
My pomeranian had bladder stones last year and the vet talked me into having surgery. Here we are 1 year later and he has them again, and of course the vet wants to repeat surgery.
I saw you comment regarding bladder stones and Lypsotripsy and am very interested. Does this work and who can I call to get it done???
Yummy last decade
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