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5 year old dog with epilepsy

We have a 5 1/2 year old dog with epilepsy. we would love to get him off of medication. If he does not get even 1 dose he will have a siezure. We are looking for help from anyone who has successfully stopped their dog from having epileptic siezures using homeopathics.
 
  JoanieG on 2006-02-12
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asknikhil last decade
It is not simply a case of epilepsy, I think. You may want to send your dog for a full checkup including xray to see if there is any enlargement of any organ.

I had a dog that had epileptic attack every hour and increased to every 15 mins and had to be sedated eventually at all time. The moment she opened her eyes or regained consciousness, she went into an attack again. I only came to know that she had a huge tumour on or near her gall bladder on the day before she passed away.

However, prior to sending her to the vet, I have used Rescue Remedy, Bioplex 24 (Kali Phos, Mag Phos, Ferrum Phos, Nat Phos, Calc Phos - all in 6x) on her. These remedies had helped tremendously to calm her down when the attacks were over.

Please do not stop the current medication straight away when switching to Homeo medicine.
 
mersing last decade

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