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My dog is 3 1/2 years old. Here are the details:

Mid-March (2016): One-day early morning (approx. 4.15 AM) my dog vomited, which is not an issue, but suddenly he started making strange noises. I checked him and he was lying on his bed - legs on side with stiff body, foam from mouth, locked jaws most probably and did not respond to me. I am not sure about eyes, but I think they were either closed or fixed. I was too scared to check that. I kept calling his name and then he lifted his head after a few seconds and looked at me. After a minute or so he got up, drank a lot of water and became normal in a few minutes. The fit lasted for a few seconds or a minute.

I checked with the vet and he said it could be epilepsy fit but did not prescribe any medicine and told me to wait and watch if there's another fit then medication will start. His blood CBC was normal.

A little background- He got anti rabies annual vaccination approx. 6 days before the fit.

3 months passed normally without any problems and then suddenly:

Mid-June (2016) same time early morning (4.15 AM):

He vomited and then sat down and suddenly the fit started. He was lying on floor - legs on side with stiff body, foam from mouth, locked jaws most probably and did not respond to me. I am not sure about eyes again. I started calling his name immediately and he responded by lifting his head after a few seconds. I think time he responded a bit quicker than the first fit. He tried to get up but couldn't - slipped and fell. He also passed a bit of stool while trying to get up. After getting up, he passed more stool. I brought him outside, he urinated and then drank some water - not as much as after first fit.

I went to vet and he prescribed epilepsy medicine Gardenal 60 mg and told me to give it twice a day for 3 months.

I did not start the allopathy medicine and went to a homeopath the same day - he suggested:

1. A drop of Belladona 200 twice a day at morning and night
2. Causticum 200: 4 pellets twice a week at night
3. B Complex tabs.

I am giving the above mentioned homeopathic medicines from almost 3 weeks, 1 Neurobion forte tab daily. Vitamin E 400, Vitamin A 50000 IU and Vitamin C 500 mg once a week. Also giving Alfa Alfa mother tincture twice a week in some water.

He's been doing OK till now after the second fit. I need to know if I am going in the right direction or should there be any changes? I really want my dog to get healthy and get rid of epilepsy. I cannot see him suffer. Please help!
 
  digitized on 2016-07-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
rabies vaccine --proving

no allo meds for--right choice

homoeopathic meds--no needless dosing ever is to be recommende--single dose --watch access-repat if need be --but every subsequent t dose -is to be modified....if new symptoms occur after last dose--and lingers--new med is needed..

I sugeest stop all meds--allow things settle--observe ---and access from that view---needless dosing of causticum and bell--can create unwanted symptoms..

once settled --prescription is based upon that curren t un-medicinally adultrated symptoms..
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
Hello John,

Thank you very much for responding.

I started the homeopathy treatment after the second seizure. Both times the way the seizure occurred was same. So, the symptoms weren't medically altered in any way with any medicine.

1. So, you still suggest that I should stop giving him both homeopathy medicines? Stopping them will not cause seizures?

2. What about Vitamins?

Thanks a lot!
[message edited by digitized on Fri, 15 Jul 2016 06:45:32 UTC]
 
digitized 3 years ago
MAIN THING IS NO NEEDLESS DOSING-- so to insure--need to view symptomology with no meds influencing symptomology--so as get clear view of what is going on..

I am not able to say this or that --until I see if in fact seizures will come back--if /when they do --I can prescribe based on no med picture...so if any residual symptoms left--will address as such...

in short --for me to do this--stop all meds/vitamins using..
you decide..
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
OK, thanks!
 
digitized 3 years ago
UPDATE:

Today early morning at 5.15 AM he had another seizure (third) . Lasted for few seconds. This time after 1 and half months- earlier than the second one.

Same symptoms: Woke up to vomit, vomited and the seizure started in a few seconds after he vomited.

Please help!
 
digitized 3 years ago
prior to recenet occurance --just prior --that evening before until occurred
what u remember /notice occurring that was sort of unusal from few days before this current occurance?

anything at all that is solid fact --will help--the more unusal the more helpful..but just tell wht u think on this point?
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
I think he needs a vet
 
Lovebug93 3 years ago
prior to recenet occurance --just prior --that evening before until occurred
what u remember /notice occurring that was sort of unusal from few days before this current occurance?

anything at all that is solid fact --will help--the more unusal the more helpful..but just tell wht u think on this point?
[message edited by John Stanton on Tue, 02 Aug 2016 21:39:28 UTC]
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
Nothing unusual in his behavior that I noticed.

I did find some plastic in his mouth that he found which was thrown by someone in our home. I took the plastic but I am not sure if he chewed and swallowed any.

Please help!
 
digitized 3 years ago

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