Aggravation from Nux 30c in an apps 8 yo catThree days ago, my cat was peeing small bloody amounts all over the floor and his bed, and - as I have done for other male cats with the same issue - I gave him a single dose of Nux 30 c, one bead dissolved in 1/2 cup of cold water, stirred rapidly 15 seconds right, 15 seconds left. He immediately had relief, and emptied his bladder in the box. he was very happy, grateful, and affectionate as usual.
As expected, today he had an aggravation. (I am also giving him a product called Uromaxx, cranberry for cats). I think I overdid this, because today ( aggravation day ), he did not want to eat at all and is vomiting clear fluid.
This cat is normally very clingy and affectionate. Today, he is ambivalent. He also did not want any of the raw meat that normally he is eager to consume.
Tonight, he is lying on his soiled bedding. He became upset when I tried to remove and clean it.
I am concerned about his anorexia because he is a very picky eater already, and will only eat junk food. I feed a very high-quality grain free dry food, which he normally loves. I cut back on this because of the urinary issue last night: tonight, he wants none of it.
Any input would be extremely appreciated. Thank you very much.
Raberdash on 2018-06-01
If Bell does not help, Apis 6c is another remedy. You can give the remedy as same way as Bell 6c.
And if you see his urine is only consisting of blood, you may try Cantharis 6c, every 2 hours ( in acute cases) until improvement.
♡ Tui 4 years ago
Thank you again for your response. Please pray for my kitty. His name is Stubbs. They will be operating in the morning.
Raberdash 4 years ago
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