Ear or nasal polyps_causing breathing issues and ear dischargeFeline - Recurring Nasal congestion and ear discharge
My cat started getting his congestion problems after his yearly vaccination. It first started with Ear infection(his ears had dark crumbs), with nasal congestion-where it sounded like he struggles to breath. He has always had sneezing fits, as a kitten he had bad URI. Vet prescribed ear drops (antibiotics) and also oral drops. During his congestion, there is no nasal discharge but there is so much sticky goop in his ears(I clean atleast 4-5 times) The problem cleared up only until the antibiotics were given, after that it came back. this happened twice now. I don't know what to do, have never tried homeopathy but willing to do anything to help my cat. Please help!
Saw a video where homeopathic dr stated that polyps in the eustacian tube can cause ear infection and nasal congestion, surgical removal is temporary as it will recur since the cause is most likely allergy related inflammation. He suggested lemna minor, if that does not work then Sanguinaria. Kali bichrome if there is thick sticky discharge.
plisa11 on 2021-09-20
Sometimes it is thick, dark black/brown and sticky..glob like,
Sometimes it is a cloudy thinner, sticky discharge that flies out when cat shakes his heads
Sonetimes it looks just like nasal phlegm grayish green.
I make him have steam inhalation twice a day, which is often helpful for Upper respitory infections but has no impact on him.
plisa11 3 months ago
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♡ anuj srivastava 3 months ago
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