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Cat with Stomatitus

Hi, my 10 year old cat has Stomatitus. He had most of his teeth removed. He still has ulcers and sore teeth and gums and is now drooling with tints of pink and brown. I used Hypericum 200c one time a day until symptoms subside but then it comes back. Justcan't seem to get it under control.
He had the herpes virus when I found him as a baby. Sweet cat. What do you recommend? I have also used Borax 30c but didn't seem to help.

Looking forward to your recommendations.
 
  SuzieQ63 on 2016-10-30
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Hi suzie,

Do not know if you have seen some
Posts on the web about using L lysine in the am and plaque off in the pm? Available on amazon. Caveat On plaque off was not to use if hyperthyroidism. The cat owner had good results with this and gave a pain pill when needed and also used a steroid for a time and was able to stop those as cat improved.

You could try some cell salts for this.
Get kali phos 6x and kali mur 6x and
Cal sulph and nat sulph 6x.

Take one tab of each and dissolve in
A half cup of water. Use a syringe and squirt in a tsp of the mix 4 times a day.

Kali phos is listed as a cell salt for this ailment. Kali mur is for red and swollen , cal sulph and nat sulph are for pain , burning and mouth secretions. You could start with this as cell salts balance things on the cell levels.
 
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