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Cauliflower like growth under tongue of my dog

Hi Everyone
I have a 10 year old doberman
and right now he is having a cauliflower like growth under his tongue- towards the right side.
Because of this his tongue falls to the left side. These small tumorous like growth are very sensitive and he bleeds very easily from this.Infact I would go as far as saying it bleeds everyday. He has a habit of walking around with a pen in his mouth or a pair of spectacles that anyone in our home leaves at easy reach for him to pick.

He just had a surgery on the outside of his lower jaw since he had growth there.

The vet didnt want to perform 2 surgeries at the same time- he suggested we put him on medication and come back after a month.
The vet also suspects it could be cancerous.

I would appreciate any suggestion, remedies that could help.
Thank you .
  kevmin on 2006-02-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Probably the best bet is low Thuja --- say 3x or 6x twice a day for about 3 - 4 weeks then stop and wait for 3 weeks to check result.
walkin last decade
Walk-In. Do you suggest a dose of Medorrhinum as well?

Namaste27 last decade
The vet that we saw prescribed the homeo pill called
conium maculatum.
The dosage is 4 tablets 3 times a day.
We are not sure what to do now since he was given it yesterday and has been bleeding literally non-stop
kevmin last decade
The vet that we took our dog to prescribed conium macultam
4 pills 3 times a day.
He was given these pills last night and he has been constantly bleeding.
Any suggestions here? Are we doing the right thing?
kevmin last decade

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