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Abdominal fluid of a 13 years old female dog

HI, can anybody please guide me. I have a female dog aged 13 years, she is detected with ascites though the symptoms are mild. I had been to many vet but is not working. Did xrays and USG and lab test. Lab tests are fine to say Creatinine, BUN Sodium n Potassium levels are well in normal range.
But the LFT has some elevated levels that is SGPT is 88.4 AND SGOT is 78.4.
The urine analysis report indicates plenty of pus cells and trace of urine Albumin. RBC is found in the urine and the numbers are 10-12.
Doctors prescribed antibiotics (current):
TAxim o 100 one and half tab twice daily
Lasilactone twice
Tab Hepamarz once
Diovol La SOS
Sorbiline Syrup

I completed the course but find no improvement. earlier there was other course of medicine and antibiotics by other vets.

One Vet says there is fluid. The other says fluid is there but no need to drain and the other says enlargement of some organs and mild fluid which has no clinical significance.

Now at this juncture I m helpless with the clinical findings of the vets which is not working at all. Though the swelling is stable.

I read about successful homeopathy treatment of Ascites in dog. So can anybody please help me with any valuable insights.

[Edited by Truek on 2017-07-24 12:11:39]

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  Truek on 2017-07-24
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Please give her Arsenicum Album 30 twice a day for 7 days and see how that affects.

You may dissolve 2 pills or 2 drops in some water and give her few sips as one dose.
kadwa 5 years ago

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