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Bladder Stones in pet rabbit

I have a domestic rabbit, aproximately 6 pounds in weight and 6 years of age. After being treated with antibiotics for reoccuring bladder infections, he has been diagnosed and confirmed diagnosed with ultrasound that he has bladder stones. His appetite, personality, and energy level are normal. His water intake is HIGHLY elevated. Surgery would be $800 to remove stones and if the stones aren't removed his infections will continue to come back. Any information or advice on a potential homeopathic remedy for dissolving bladder stones? Thank you.
  Thumper on 2012-06-01
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simone717 last decade
Please give him Nux Vomica 30 in the morning and evening for 2 days and see how it affects his UTI in the next 10-15 days.

It is a known remedy for dissolving stones. You may also give him 5 drops of hydrangea Q and Berberis Vulgaris Q in the morning and evening daily after 2 days of Nux Vomica.
kadwa last decade

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