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Hi evrybody, it's been a nightmare day and i am sure everybody who's dealing with epilepsy would know what i'm talking about - 7 seizures in one day and the sad truth is that i cant seem to find any way to help her. So here's the case:
I have a 5-year old dog, when she was 2 she started getting the seizures - like ocne a month, but sometimes 4-5 seizures a day. Icant describe the seizure itself because it's different every time. I mean, sometimes its very light and she stands immediately. but other times it's violent and starts with a loud cry, she is jumping and bumping into stuff and fences.
when she was a puppy (before the seizures occure) she was very restless and biting. i mean she used to bite really hard even when playing. She was uncordinated in a way triping and bumping so i assume she might have hit her head and that caused the epilepsy. She is very very stubborn, likes company, afraid of thunders and loud noises and sudden moves. Eats a lot but she's lean. after seizrues she loses apetite and drinks only a lot of water. When a pup, she was sneezing a lot in spring time and used to scratch her ears on the inside, the vet couldnt explain why. She's not doing this anymore.
During the convulsions she fell on her back, lose urine, her jaw locked, trembling and shaking. during the violent ones she stands and lose balance and falls again. The thing is she always try to put herself and mostly her head in a narrow place, like under a chair or behind a plank and its really hard to keep her away from injury. She bites her tongue sometimes. After that she is violent she even try to bite, she wants to be left alone,wants to walk, and an hour later she falls asleep. now seizures occure more often - may be on every 2-3 weeks. I forgot to tell she's chilly, i mean when it gets cold she trembles, i even have to put some clothes on her sometimes.
For any other details you can ask me. I hope someone can help us and i want to thank anyone who will spend some time on our case trying to help. It means a lot :)
 
  queen.vd on 2014-04-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give her Causticum 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects in few days.

If this doesn't help give Belladonna 30 in the same way.
 
kadwa 6 years ago
Thank you for your recommendations kadwa! We were treated with Cicuta 30 and she had another seizure half an hour later. Now she seems calm trying to sleep. Belladonna was once used with no effect. What I now notice is that she finds it pretty hard to swallow and it's like she's trying to clear her throat out of something every time she lifts her head up. So another suggestion was Cuprum. I dont really know how to treat her.
 
queen.vd 6 years ago
Hi- one thing you have to rule out is if there are worms.
 
simone717 6 years ago
So here's what's going on in our case - we were given silicea 200c, one dose. After I gave her the pallets she stopped trembling, got up and stretched herself. half an hour later she vomit some yellow fluid (sorry that sounds gross). no seizures during the day. She eats and lies down. on the next day she had 4 more seizures and with the next one they became more violent. Today in the morning she had another one but the thing is she actually recovered much more quickly afterwards. The vet said the symptoms will slowly fade away and i hope he is right. I also hope i do what's best for her.
 
queen.vd 6 years ago

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