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Cat with stomatitis

Hi, my 12 year old cat has stomatitis. This is a very painful inflammation of the gums and oral cavity, it cannot eat even chicken broth. There is no cure for stomatitis according to the veterinarian. Since December, the cat has been taking an antibiotic once a month, but 10 days after the antibiotic, the inflammation returns, and He stop eating again. Mercusrius sol. and Hepar Sulfur failed. Please help me with the right medicine.
 
  lussi on 2020-03-18
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Nit Acid 30 three pellets three times a day.

Nat Phos 6x five tabs three times a day in addition.


Feedback after 4 dys.
 
anuj srivastava 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much! I'm starting now!
 
lussi 2 weeks ago
Hello Sir, the cat has an increased appetite but cannot eat yet, the pain is there, he drinks a small amount of broth and runs away from pain
 
lussi 2 weeks ago
Sinapis Nigra 30 and kali mur 6x five pellets,tabs three times a day.

Feedback after 4 days.
 
anuj srivastava 2 weeks ago
Thank You, Sir, for energy and your time! In local pharmacy this remedy missing. I cant buy them from other pharmacy in next 2 week, because country is locked down.
 
lussi last week
Here also complete lock down.continue giving the medicines prescribed for 4 more days and see.
 
anuj srivastava last week

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