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sulphur reaction in cat

I have a cat who has been very itchy with sores for some time (years). Almost a week ago, I gave him sulphur 30x in a teeny dish of water and then stuck his paw in it. The next day he started losing hair where the sores are, and some sores look bigger and raw. Whereas before all the sores were small and scabby. His itchiness might be the same as before (a lot). The sores were on the neck and head. He's always liked to rub his chin against the wall and has lost his whiskers. Now (after remedy) he has sores on his back and sides as well. The sore and bare areas feel very warm to the touch, as they did before remedy. Any recommendations on what to do now? I have not kept up with vaccinations, but he did have some as a kitten. He also had a bad case of fleas 7 years ago at which time we tried some conventional things and vet said he seemed to be allergic to fleas.

  salsommers on 2012-07-30
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One dose of Sulphur 30x can't do so much. Do you know with confidence that the method you have adopted for administering Sulphur actually works. Whether the cat took sips or you just stuck his paw?
kadwa last decade
No, I do not know with confidence that the method works. I have read enough that I thought it would work. Plus he licked his paw afterward. But it sure seemed to me to be the only explanation of why his symptoms suddenly worsened.
salsommers last decade
i doubt that he received the remedy. You should always follow normal methods.
kadwa last decade

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