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My cat has a nipple cyst

Hello-My cat was recently diagnosed with a nipple cyst. It bleeds from time to time and the nipple is swollen. My vet said it is common, benign, and there is really nothing to do about it.

I researched this and have been giving her Phytolacca 6c in a liquid solution 2x day for the last 10 days. Unfortunately this seems to aggravate her hyperthyroid condition. She was diagnosed last year with hyperthyroid and takes medicine for it. H Since the Phytolacca the vomiting has come back and she seems to be losing a bit of weight.

Can anyone recommend something else for a nipple cyst? It is in the left nipple directly under her armpit area. She is 12 years old.

Thank you kindly...
 
  magicandmiracles1 on 2015-07-31
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If the cat is timid give Conium 30. If she is fiery give Lachesis 30. Give the remedy twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over 10 days.
 
kadwa 4 years ago
Thank you. I will order the remedy and check back after administering.

Thank you kindly for your help.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Oh, I forgot to mention that she is very timid, so the Conium sounds like a good match. This is the one I will order.

Thank you.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Hello-I applied the Conium 30c remedy as directed and waited 10 days. The cyst does not appear to have gotten any smaller. Currently it looks full today and is bleeding.

What is the next step?

Thank you.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Please give her Silicea 30 twice a day for 5 days.
 
kadwa 4 years ago
Thank you. I will do this and report back.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Hello -

I gave Silicea 30c 2x per day for five days. It has been 3 weeks since the last dose.

The nipple cyst seems about the same, maybe slightly smaller. The nipple is still swollen and purple (with a bloody fluid that leaks out sometimes).

How to proceed?

Thank you,
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Please give Phosphorus 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over 15 days.
 
kadwa 4 years ago
Thank you for your quick response. I gave my cat Phos 30c several months ago for something else, and she did not seem to respond well. She hid behind the bed all the time and it seemed like her senses (hearing, smell) were really exacerbated. Everything seemed too loud for her and she got jumpy and fearful and hid.

Should we still try Phos 30c, or is there something else we can try?

Thank you kindly for your assistance.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Please give Calcarea Phos 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over 15 days.
 
kadwa 4 years ago
Thank you - I will order Calcarea Phos 30c and report back in a couple of weeks.

Thank you for all of your kind help.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Hello-

It has been three weeks since administering the Calcarea Phos 30c and there is no change. The nipple is still purple looking, distended, and filled with blood.

I read that Thuja is for "tendency to tumor and canc-- tendency." This made me think that I should let you know that my cat had several growths on her right ear and forehead last year. One was a canc-- and it was surgically removed. The others were removed, but were benign. I probably should have mentioned this, but I forgot. Anyway, would Thuja be a good remedy to try? Or is there something else that might work?

Thank you for all of your kind help.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Oh, I should tell you, while on the Calcarea Phos 30c, my cat gained some weight and started vomiting every couple of days.

Thank you.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Please give her Thuja 30 twice a day for 7 days and see how that affects over 15-20 days.
 
kadwa 4 years ago
Thank you. I will order Thuja 30c and report back after following your instructions.

Thank you so much for your assistance.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Hello-

Today is the fourth day we have administered Thuja 30c to my cat. In other words, her eighth dose. This evening she started vomiting, and has vomited 6 times over the course of two hours. She is distressed, restless, and cries out.

How do we proceed at this point?

Thank you.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
My cat has gone from vomiting every 15 minutes to every two hours. She has thrown up 11 times.

Is there something we can do to stop this?

Thank you.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
It has been four hours since she threw up, so the worst has passed. She obviously doesn't feel well at all.

Do we antidote or ride it out?

Thank you.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
An update:

It has been 24 hours now. She threw up all night and stopped throwing up this morning after about 12 hours. She has slept all day, and only ate a teaspoon of baby food tonight. It is the only food she has had for 24 hours. She did keep it down, but has not wanted any more food. She is very lethargic and has curled up in a safe, quite, dark place to sleep.

I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Hello-

We are desperate to help our kitty. She tried to eat a small portion tonight and threw it up. She sleeps all day and is very lethargic. Since she has not eaten for two days, her tummy should be small, but it is very distended and bloated.

Please help...how do we stop the effects of Thuja? She needs to eat and drink.

We may bring her to the vet tomorrow for fluids.
 
magicandmiracles1 4 years ago
Please give her Nux Vomica 30 thrice a day for 2 days. These are not Thuja side effects.
 
kadwa 4 years ago

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