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Cadie-ham's pyometra

vectishamsvectishams Lemming
edited July 2015 in Health
My lovely Syrian Cadie is an old lady but still fighting on. She
was diagnosed with pyo yesterday after developing symptoms late on
Monday.
This is her on Monday:

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and this is her this morning
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 by Vectis
Hamstery on Flickr

She's feeling a bit better after a day
of meds mixed in delicious baby food. She's not fit enough or young
enough for a spay so my vet and I agreed to use medication to try and
keep it controlled for as long as possible. She's 2 years and 3 months old but isn't ready to go yet. This is her medicine tray:

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by Vectis
Hamstery, on Flickr

Paws crossed for my little old lady.

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  • CritteryCrittery Overlord
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    Paws and tails crossed! Bless her, sounds like she'll be fighting it x
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  • racingmouseracingmouse Mouse
    Posts: 1,200
    Poor lass, pyo can`t be comfortable for her being a womb infection. Hopefully the meds will keep her out. x
  • superwolfsuperwolf Mouse
    Posts: 309
    Poor thing - sounds like you're doing all you can for her, and I'll keep my fingers crossed for your having good results. :)
  • NickyNicky Mouse
    Posts: 815
    Hope she starts to feel better soon.x
  • AnnBAnnB Mouse
    Posts: 936
    Fingers and paws crossed, I hope the meds can work some wonders.
  • vectishamsvectishams Lemming
    Posts: 4
    Thanks for all the good wishes :)
    I've used the medical approach before for an elderly girl who wasn't fit enough to spay and she survived another 9 months. I'd always prefer to spay if there was a choice, but Galastop and high dose Baytril is better than nothing,
    Cadie was feeling better with the meds and air con yesterday - I caught her monkey-barring in her hospital cage!
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  • racingmouseracingmouse Mouse
    Posts: 1,200
    That is positive news, as long as she feels well in herself, that`s the main thing. x
  • zany_toonzany_toon Mouse
    Posts: 631
    Poor Cadie, I hope the medication helps her Vectis x
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