Dog with fuids in lungsHello,
I have never posted here before and this is an attempt to save our almost 8 year old Rottweiler male, named Baby. We had him since he was 4 weeks old and he is our baby. We have been treating him against melanoma for the past 11 + months using only alternative treatments and with success too. They told us he had 6 months to live, almost a year ago and up until recently he was doing great, feeling great.
He started developing arthritis a couple of months ago. Something we can work with.... But last week he started refusing food and we noticed some coughing and some shortness of breath. Since these problems started to become more serious we took him to get some x rays 2 days ago. They can't tell exactly what going on in there but what they did say is that he has liquids in and possibly around his lungs.Also has a slightly enlarged heart and prostate. We tried to research this when we got home and there's some confusing information out there and I guess we need to wait and get an exact diagnostic from an ultra sound we are having done in 2 days but we are pretty devastated to have these problems. There's almost no information about treating something like this naturally and the medical procedures can be helpful but seems to cause other damage as well. I would be interested in finding out more about naturally draining those fluids and I was hoping that maybe somebody knows anything at all about something like this. After reading some of these forums we decided to purchase Ammonium Carbonicum, Arsenicum Album, Lachesis, Mercurius Sulphuricus and Antimonium Tartaricum just not sure how and how much to use. Please help !
I really appreciate you reading this and please reply with any positive information.
stellagy on 2013-07-17
♡ kadwa 9 years ago
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