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Urgent - Need Help for Cat

Hi, I am new to this forum, but have been visiting the site regularly, as I am most interested in homeopathy.
I need some help for my cat, Sukru. Since July she has been giving off a thin brownish discharge (it started off initially as a purplish stain, but now its brownish). She had a bad case of tapeworms for many months, which i tried to get rid of homeopathically as well as with the normal worm medicines, but nothing worked. I've tried Cina, Cal Carb., Vermox, etc. I may have been using the wrong remedies, of course. I thought the discharge was due to the worms. I finally took her to another vet who gave her an injection (Droncit) for the worms. However the discharge continues. I consulted the vet again (I hadn't told her about the discharge before the injection as I had assumed the discharge was because of some irritation in her intestines. She thought it was a vaginal discharge. I was perturbed because Sukru has been spayed when she was 6 months old. I didn't think she COULD get any gynae type infection after that. She checked her bladder as well. She put her on Cefspan for 5 days. However, although the discharge has lessened, it is still there, and is worrying me. The vet said to continue the antibiotic for a few more days. Today makes it the 6th day.
A background on my cat:
She is 1 year 8 months old. I found her at about 2 weeks old, crying her little heart out in a locked room, with a deep gash in her abdomen. I guess her mother had abandoned her. Anyway, I hand reared her and after many hiccups, she has been fine till now. She is a strange little thing, not very friendly, not vocal at all, doesnt like to be petted or held. She arches her back if you try to pet her! She likes my husband and son though, and greets them nicely, but is not so fond of me - go figure! She sucks her tail. After a couple of doses of Sepia in March she has improved in behaviour a great deal, and is more friendly.

Can you please suggest a suitable remedy?
Thanks so much - Judy

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  madamex on 2012-08-16
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kadwa 6 years ago

Thank you for your reply re: giving her Nat Mur, but what potency and how often? many thanks once again.
madamex 6 years ago

Please give her three doses of Natrum Mur 200 at a gap of 12 hours and see how that affects in next 15 days.
kadwa 6 years ago

oh dear. I received your answer too late..:( I only have nat mur 30 at hand, and we have a very long weekend ahead, all the stores will be closed for the next four days!
I gave her a dose of nat mur 30 any way, before your reply. I do hope that will help somewhat? Should I increase the frequency since its of a lower strength? Thanks so much!
madamex 6 years ago

5 doses at a gap of 12 hours of natrum mur 30.
kadwa 6 years ago

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