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16 year old dog with pyometria

Hello. I'm looking for help with my dog. She is 16 1/2 year old poodle/pomeranian mix. 6 months ago she developed an open pyometra. This is a uterine infection in which puss and infection becomes trapped in the uterine horns, which may then rupture. The only option in a complete hysterectomy, which my dog is a bit too old and fragile for.

She is on several antibiotics which have been keeping it at bay, but now they are beginning to fail her.

Her symptoms are:
excessive thirst
urgent urination
feeling the need to urinate frequently
tender stomach
back pain
weak hindquarters
vulvar irritation
intermittent fatigue
vet says her uterus feels puffy like she has just had puppies

anyone with any advice will be welcome with open arms. This is my baby! I don't know what to do for her!!
  celinenaville on 2013-01-12
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Please give her Pyrogenium 200C in the morning and evening for 3 days and see how that affects in few days.

Please dissolve 2 drops of the remedy in some water and give her few sips. This is on dose.
kadwa last decade
Dear Dr. Kadwa,
I came across this while searching online http://hpathy.com/veterinary-homeopathy/a-case-of-severe-pyo... I wanted to email it to you, but could not find an email id to use.
brownbird last decade
Thank you. Just thought of another symptom that I think might be relevant. It's actually not related to pyometra. But she has quite a large swelling of her mammary glands. They are fluid like and large. 2 of them on her rear most teats. They almost appear like human breasts. Does this change the recommendation at all? Thanks again.
celinenaville last decade
Please go ahead with Pyrogenium 200.
kadwa last decade

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