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I was wondering if anyone has experience with, or knows anyone with experience with, veterinary homeopathy? Any information appreciated. Thanks
  bwill13 on 2015-03-04
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What do you want to know.
fitness 8 years ago
Well its for my cat. She's always had a sensitive stomach but basically she has soft/ sometimes runny stool. It occasionally has a little blood in it from straining. She takes glucosamine for arthritis in her hip and I've noticed its worse after giving her that. I only give it like once every 3 days because it bothers her. Anyway, I wondered if there was a remedy that could help her.
bwill13 8 years ago
I can prescribe for her.

How old is she.

How is she normally (personality)

How does she behave during her health problem.

What are the symptoms of arthritis, what makes it better and worse.

How is her thirst.
fitness 8 years ago
Okgreat. She is 7.5 yes old. She is a Manx, with a nubby tail. She seems afraid of everything and very skittish. When she was a kitten she had an intestinal bacteria or parasite that caused her to leak diarrhea. It was awful. I forget the name but she was given a strong medication that did get rid of it.

She's had the arthritis in one hip which causes her to limp. It is better if she gets the glucosamine. But I've noticed her diarrhea is worse when she gets the glucosamine. I barely ever see her drink. I know she must but its not often. I never notice her having diarrhea. I'll just see a stain outside the litterbox. Sometimes it will have a little red in it. The stool is more soft than diarrhea. But then she leaks after. She hides most the day because I have two kids that she doesn't like. We got a kitten about 5 months ago which was a stress. They are friends now though. She's also always had an eye that runs.
bwill13 8 years ago
Your remedy is: Pulsatilla 200c

Please take one dose. Just one dose. Not daily.
Report back after 5 days.

If remedy is Pills/Pellets:
One dose is one pill.
Dissolve the pill in your mouth.

If remedy is liquid:
Put one drop of the remedy in half glass of water, stir and take one tea spoon from it.
That’s one dose.

One dose is made by dissolving one pill of the remedy (or one drop, if you have liquid remedy) in half a glass of water. Stir it and take one tea spoon from it.

• Don’t take any other homeopathic remedy during this treatment.
• Give a break of at least 10 minutes before eating/drinking anything before or after taking the remedy.
• During the course of treatment, don’t eat/drink anything which you have never had all your life.
fitness 8 years ago
Ok I have that in 30c but I'll have to get it in 200c. I will do that and report back ten days after. Should I continue to give her the glucosamine? Thanks
bwill13 8 years ago
No, we should be able to treat her homeopathically.
fitness 8 years ago
Ok is won't give her glucosamine. I hot the remedy and dissolved in water. I put it in a syringe but was only able to get a little less than half a tsp into her mouth. I thought that would be ok because she's only about 10 lbs. Do you think that's alright?
bwill13 8 years ago
that's fine.
fitness 8 years ago
So it's been 8 days but wanted to update. In the days after giving it her demeanor seemed better. She wasn't as afraid and she wasn't hiding as much. After about 4 or 5 days her stool seemed former and I wasn't finding dripping anywhere. However, a couple days ago I noticed some spots again and stool softer. Today there was a large spot of mucus blood and diarrhea on floor. This has happened before but not that bad. I'm worried. What do you think. She's not limping as bad as I thought she would but a little.
bwill13 8 years ago
Give her one dose now
fitness 8 years ago
OK I just gave her another. You don't think it was aggravation do you?
bwill13 8 years ago
fitness 8 years ago
Today her stool was soft, but not as soft but there was still blood in it. She didn't drip at all today. Her demeanor seems good though. Just still worried about the blood.
bwill13 8 years ago
Give her time to heal she will be fine
fitness 8 years ago
OK thank you
bwill13 8 years ago

I was just about to put on here that I think she is cured. Her stool has been normal firmness with no blood and no runniness for about 5 or 6 days. Also she is not limping.

Then I just smelled an awful smell and realized she went. I checked the box and it was very runny and awful smelling (which was something else I forgot to mention but is normal for her). Also she seems more skittish again. I'm going to give her another dose. Let me know if you advise against it. Thanks
bwill13 8 years ago
Go ahead, give her another dose.

If you get time, please like/share my facebook page "payaftercure". Thanks
fitness 8 years ago
Just wanted to let you know cat is doing much better! No more blood. No runny diarrhea. Her stool is a little soft sometimes. Thank you.

My moms dog is 11 and her hips have bad arthritis. She wanted me to ask you if you had any ideas for her. Theyve never given her medicine. She is anxietal and terrified of being alone. She is very sweet though. However, she doesn't like strangers or other dogs. unnatural for an animal. Thirst seems normal. Her appetite fluctuates and she gains weight and loses it frequently. She also has a bumpy growth on her head. Looks like a wart or something. Thanks in advance
bwill13 7 years ago
Give her a dose of Thuja 200c and report back in one week.

Did you get a chance to like my facebook page.
fitness 7 years ago
Thanks. I'll get the thuja. And I did like your page actually. And my mother has been having hot flashes due to menopause for years and she wanted to know how the pay after cure works. Do you take the case through the forum or the website? I inquired on email and you said $100 a month for chronic. Does that mean if it takes 4 months, it costs $400? Just trying to estimate. She doesn't want to commit if she can't afford it. Thanks
bwill13 7 years ago

I treat free here.

Through the website, the first consult for chronic issues is $100, follow ups are $50/month so for 4 months it would be $250. Remember, you pay only if you are cured!
fitness 7 years ago
OK I'll have her download the questionnaire
bwill13 7 years ago
Updating on my moms dog. I gave her thuja 200 10 days ago. Bump still on her head. Also my mom says she hasn't been eating good. Additionally, she's been doing this hacking thing and then sometimes vomiting up small amounts of food. Often in the middle of the night. It doesn't happen right after eating or anything. Her leg still bothering her. Sometimes it goes out and she hobbles on three legs. Its better after resting it. I think thuja has made her worse
bwill13 7 years ago
There will be no overnight cure. Just observe for now, no more doses.

The remedy is working exactly as it was supposed to.

Update status in a week.
fitness 7 years ago

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