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My 11 year old morkie has open pyometra. She is very lethargic and does not want to walk but she will eat if I feed it to her. She is panting at times and her stomach is extremely distended. I have her on vitamin c Manuka Honey turmeric bee propolis astaxanthin and just started her back on the antibiotics I was given. I read one of the forums and it sounded just like her. The suggestion was to give hepar sulphuris calcareum 6c so I ordered it right away. Do you think this would help her? Can you suggest something that might work better? Will anything I am already giving her interfere with the remedy? Please help me I am so desperate!!
  Whiskeygirl11 on 2019-12-24
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You are requested to forward detailed symptoms please associated with the problem
anuj srivastava 3 months ago
With the present statement i recommend Carbo Veg 30,five drops in an ounce of water three times a day.

In addition Calc Flour 12 x, five tabs three times a day.
anuj srivastava 3 months ago
I can only find pellets at a local store otherwise I would have to order the liquid and I don’t know if I have time to wait for it to arrive. Are the pellets okay?
Whiskeygirl11 3 months ago
anuj srivastava 3 months ago

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