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Ringworm in animals

I have multiple pets and 6 of them have been diagnosed through cultures for ringworm. This is a result of my bringing home a beautiful dumped kitten who shows no signs but is a carreir. ONe cat is free of ringworm now due to giving all of them Program and topical Lotriman. WE are now waiting for results on the rest. The last resort now for the little "carrier" is to shave him and shampoo him at the vet with a special medication. One puppy will have to be dipped in sulfer based dip if he doesn't clear in two weeks. Is there any thing I can do to expedite this. If I can't clear the carrier I don't know what I will do. Me and my baby girl have had one outbreak due to scatches prior to knowing our animals had it. We now do not allow the children to pet the animals. Help! This is a nighmare. I have prayed night and day for healing.
  maggiemae on 2005-11-11
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Ringworm is the outcropping of the tubercular miasm.

Get Tuberculinum 30c and give twicw a day for three days ONLY .

Wait at least 2 weeks to judge results.
walkin last decade
This is what I have in my notes. Not to challenge Walk-in at all, because Walk-In has helped me with my animals A LOT.

Bacillinum 200C-Two doses at two-week intervals. Or 30C-3 x daily for 10-14 days. Repeat after 2 weeks if there is improvement but is not fully healed.

Calendula Q-Rinse areas with this. Dilute 5-10 drops in one pint of pure water.

Chrysarobinum 30C-Use when disease has progressed to a crusty stage. Dose 3 x daily for 5 days.

Sepia 30C-If baccilinum fails.

Tellurium 30C-When lesions tend to be equally distributed on either side of the body. Patches with offensive odor on the head and back of the ears. Dose 2 x daily for one week or 3 x daily for 8-12 days.

Namaste27 last decade

Bacill is another form of tuberculinum.

So follow Namaste´s advice
walkin last decade

Thank you for being a kind teacher, I forgot those are the same. And I could just kiss you for recommending that Tuberculinum 10M for my cat that had the eating disorder/vomiting. Started her at 30C and she has vastly improved.

Namaste27 last decade
Will ringworm run it's course in cats or will it just last forever. My cats no longer have visible signs but they are still culturing positive. Do I keep dipping them and is there a topical I should try?
maggiemae last decade
Obviously the dips are not working or they would test negative.

Dips suppress problems. When you suppress a skin issue you end up with a very ill animal later in life. Then you have to spend time with homeopathy working it back out of the body. If you are blessed with that time.

When i have time to research I will let you know what to do, if I find anything.

Namaste27 last decade

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