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Trauma chest Dog

My German shepherd was accidentally hit by a car tire. We took him to emergency vet hospital
Drained his chest cavity, gave him oxygen, stayed two days in hospital.
He had two fractured ribs and apparently there’s still fluid in chest cavity the vet is saying blood.
Any suggestions what to give
thank you
Friends
 
  redmustang on 2021-08-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Sulphur 30 five pellets early morning empty stomach followed by-Ones a day.

Ruta 30 and Symphytum 30 five pellets of each three times a day.

In addition Kali Mur 6x five tabs three times a day.

FEEDBACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2021-08-04 13:05:11]
 
anuj srivastava last year
Thank you 😁👍
 
redmustang last year
Hi I’ve been working with the remedies you suggested for 3 days now, it took a while to get kali mur it’s a tissue salt in 6 DH, is that okay ?
The dogs breathing doesn’t seem to be any better and that makes me wonder if the fluid (blood) in the chest cavity is going away
He seems to have a lot of anxiety and I’s constantly liking his paws and moving around the house to lay in different positions
Also very tired.
He’s eating drinking and doing peeing and pooping normally!
Just wondering what to do next or continue on
 
redmustang last year
Hi I’ve been working with the remedies you suggested for 3 days now, it took a while to get kali mur it’s a tissue salt in 6 DH, is that okay ?
The dogs breathing doesn’t seem to be any better and that makes me wonder if the fluid (blood) in the chest cavity is going away
He seems to have a lot of anxiety and I’s constantly liking his paws and moving around the house to lay in different positions
Also very tired.
He’s eating drinking and doing peeing and pooping normally!
Just wondering what to do next or continue on
 
redmustang last year
Can a dr help
 
redmustang last year
CONTINUE FOR A WEEK.
 
anuj srivastava last year
Hi just an update on my German Shepard Rambo.
I’ve followed your protocol with the remedies. He seems to have settled down quite a bit.
He’s still very nervous since the accident, his breathing is still pretty heavy when he’s at rest, which makes me wonder about the fluid ( blood) in the chest cavity. I’m praying that it has been resolved. He ps been sleeping a lot. He’s very hot and it has been very hot here in Ontario Canada and he hates the heat, so we take him to the lake and he lives fetching sticks and cooling off.
He’s appetite is great and peeing and bowl movements normal.
I’m winded glad what to do next.
Thank you so much
Colleen
 
redmustang last year
Continue same protocol.In addition give KALI PHOS 6X THREE TIMES A DAY.

FEEDBACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2021-08-19 06:29:10]
 
anuj srivastava last year
Hi I am very happy to report that Rambo was at the vet for a follow up appointment today and the ultrasound showed that there was no accumulated fluid in his chest!
Praise God
 
redmustang last year
Continue for a week and give a feedback.
 
anuj srivastava last year
Hi what exactly am I continuing for a week ?
The vet said the fluid is gone so should I continue all the remedies you suggested ?
 
redmustang last year
YES THE SAME REMEDIES.CHANCE CANNOT BE TAKEN AS OF NOW.IT MAY RECUR.
 
anuj srivastava last year
Ok thank you !
Is there a way we can speak on the phone ?
I have what’s app
Where are you located
 
redmustang last year
INDIA AND YOU?

YOU SEE MY PROFILE AND E MAIL ME.
 
anuj srivastava last year
Ok I’ll email you
I’m in Ontario Canada.
 
redmustang last year

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