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cat anal gland problem

My cat grey in color, chubby is having problem with passing her feces for some time.

She cries sometimes and smells as if she has pain in her anal area.

I read the condition and it is called 'Anal glands blockage'.

I gave her silecia 1M once.

I am giving her hepar sulph 30 since today morning.

any suggestion??


Thanks,

Noshi
 
  noshiahmad on 2014-03-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please answer applicable questions and I may be able to select a remedy. Answer in front of the questions leaving them in place:

1. Your appearance (age, weight, height)
2. What are the symptoms of the problem
3. In your view, what caused this problem
4. What makes the problem better
5. What makes the problem worse
6. How are you feeling mentally & emotionally during the problem (restless, calm, stubborn, weepy, want to be alone, fear of death etc)
7. Are you feeling cold or warm
8. How is your level of energy
9. How is your thirst
10. Are your lips or mouth dry
11. Your likes in food regarding taste (salty, sweet, sour etc)
12. Your likes in food regarding temperature (cold, hot etc)
13. Your dislikes in food regarding taste (salty, sweet, sour etc)
14. Your dislikes in food regarding temperature (cold, hot etc)
15. Any other health issues that you have
16. What allopathic medicines are you taking
17. What homeopathic medicines have you taken in last 6 months (dates, dose, potency)
 
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