Cat with lymphoma has severe anemiaMy cat is suppose to be on chemo and getting better but he keeps having anemia due to bleeding from the tumors. He cant get another transfusion. I went to a holistic vet and he didnt really help me. Then i found out about phosphurus 30c and read about a lot of cats in this exact position getting help from it. I called the holistic vet and he made me a bottle of 30c phosphorus in water. But i feel like this amount is not the emergency formula for it. Isn't it suppose to be one mega dose? please help me i am going to have to put him to sleep if he doesn't get help fast.
panteracmb on 2015-12-16
he is 7 years old. He had been looking skinnier and slower than normal for about a year. Last year my house was broke into and he got out and was injured and ever since then he was a little slower. Also he has aways had GI issues ever since a kitty. About 2 months ago i changed food to grain free, and he has 2 other kittys that eat out of his bowl. I noticed not much was eaten but he acted interested in it still. 4 weeks ago i noticed he was really skinny and was acting very slow. Took him to the vet and we thought it was a kidney infection with a UTI. he kept getting worse and last tuesday i took him to the emergency vet where they took an xray and we saw his huge kidneys so rushed him to a specialist for a sonogram. After that they arpirated the sites and diagnosed lymphoma. He has received one dose of chemo and has had 3 blood transfusions this week. He is continually having tarry stool that is coming from the tumor site or ulceration in the intestines since he has always digestive issues. Is there anything else you need to know?
panteracmb 3 years agothe lymphoma is in his kidneys and small intestine
panteracmb 3 years ago
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