Blood in mucus in dogs

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Mucus buildup remedy - TRY IT!!! (: When you have mucus/phlegm in the throat due to post nasal drip, get some Silver Biotics (it is the only colloidal silver that really works for me) and make a nasal pray with this solution. Don't add anything, just spray your nose 3 times daily, 2 spray in each nostril. It will fix the post nasal drip and allow the mucus to get out your nose.
My 8 year old pug is having gagging/coughing due to mucus in her throat. She tries to cough it up but doesn't and has a hard time breathing when this happens, I have been giving her a product "mucus-Clear"..but I;m not sure it is doing any good. Its at its worse when she sleeps as it must gather and then she cant breath so must get up and try to cough it out. I haven't been able to find anything on line regarding thid specific problem. Any suggestions would be appreciated ??
My dogs eat Turkey on a regular basis (Included in canned, homecooked in stews, dehydrated or broiled patties with other ingredients included)...... Also, My Vet suggests Dark meat Chicken OR Turkey (Higher Fat content) FOR dogs with Kidney Issues..... Also, Small amounts of RAW Liver (Organic) for anemia that usually goes along with Kidney Problems.....
My Golden Retreiver, Bailey, a/k/a "SUPERMODEL", has had mucus in his stool for over 2 months. His stool is very loose and bright yellow at times. He has also thrown up bile. He has been overweight for years because he has an underactive thyroid. He has been on and off medication. A year ago when I took him to the vet for various concerns he weighed 130lbs. He appears to have lost between 20-30lbs in the past few month due to going days without eating.
We have a male rottweiler who in the last month or so has started vomiting mucus, sometimes with a small amount of food in, no blood or anything untoward. He hasnt eaten anything he shouldnt and apart from the vomiting he is fine in himself. He does a slight hacking noise like he is clearing his throat and he seems to throw up after he has been laying down.
I have no idea how often though, but the vomit is clear mucus. I've observed that she plays and eats a lil bit less, like the other day, while 3 of the other pups where in the garden playing, she's laying around in the kitchen and wouldn't come when I called her. She's also been chewing on leaves, grass, twigs which might have something to do with the vomiting.
It is her first litter and i leave in the deep country with no vet around. She had some thick, clear mucus discharge but with no color to it like my other dogs in the past. She must be around 2yrs old.
Mucus membranes and the whites of the eyes can turn pinkish red (or even quite bright red in some instances) when a dog is excited as a result of a rise in the blood pressure. This is not uncommon in young, excitable dogs. It sounds like his color returns to normal fairly quickly so it's simply the excitement that is causing it. You might want to discuss his diet with the vet to see if he or she can recommend something besides the Iams for him.
I think the key points with thick mucus problems are excessive secretion of mucus and reduced flow of mucus, therefore you have accumulated thickened mucus in the throat. In order to reduce phlegm, we need to cut back mucus secretion and clear the mucus flow path. If we can acheive both, we will be ok.
Hi, there are a whole bunch of postings under "chronic cough" which seem similar to this. And some good ideas I am going to try I have had a constant cough for 3 plus years and for last year it has been phlegmy like yours. I am always coughing and clearing my throat at meetings like an old man. Worse in a.m. when I wake up or out in cold walking the dogs. Or.... talking on the telephone or in a meeting. Always have a "frog" in my throat.
This morning has been my first time after sinus surgery that I smelled something bad.We have 2 dogs in the house,I thought it was my nose,but the smell was so strong I started looking around because I thought one of them has lost their mind and s**t somewhere.lol I was walking around sniffing and when I didn't find anything,I got my Neti Pot and washed my sinuses 2 times,that was with 2 full Neti pots full.
The immune system just reacts to an allergen the same it would as if it were a bacteria or virus...surrounding the invading organism resulting in an immune response, i.e. swelling of the area, blood rushing to the area, itching caused by an influx of histamine...(if allergen is found in the skin), an increased production of mucus to trap the invader and not let it travel deeper into the respiratory system, i.e. the lungs.
After reading some posts, the twitch posts seem logical and another post mentioned experiencing it after a couple of beers. Same here, maybe change in blood pressure causes a twitch - either way I'll have my primary care guy take a look.
I joined this forum in addition to Jan09 since Im pretty sure everyone on the Jan09 forum had their babies! The tech today said the u/s showed Sophia measuring as she should be for 39.4 weeks and she looks good! The OB thought she might be around 9lbs or so and wanted to have her weight checked. I should hopefully get the ordering OB's impression by the end of this week. My next office visit is on Monday.
Because I do not consume animal products and did not know whether the sort of vitamin-B12 pill I was taking worked for me, I thought it could be neurological symptoms of a deficiency, although unlikely just after 3 years with that diet. Had a blood test done, blood was perfect all in all, while B12 on the low end, but still considered "normal". What's also interesting is that I have a sensitivity to some chemicals I have not certainly identified, but it's not an allergy.
(sometimes stringy, somtimes diarreah and sometimes formed but wet and phew do they smell bad!! Mucus, but no blood) Colonscopy last month showed ulcers, but fecal tests come back normal. (Think doc said 9) WBC is elevated (think my last was about 12.2) Pain in upper right quadrant Pain between right hip and lower rib on the right side Alot of gas Migrating joint pain - Ancles, knees and hip mostly, Tired alot Yucky feeling, like I'm coming down with the flu - without the mucle aches.
I had a hard time getting a referral to do a renal ultrasound, which I'm finally gong to do on Monday. All my requests to visit a urologist have been in vain, because in his opinion the blood and urine tests I did for the kidneys and the prostate came back OK and that's it as far as he is concerned.
This parasite is abundant in the environment, especially in standing water (the reason not to let dogs drink from puddles). It is responsive to antibiotic treatment but may need extended dosage. Another problem seen with increasing frequency (since it is a little better understood recently) is Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxicosis. The anerobic (living without oxygen) bacteria that causes it resides in the stool of many dogs without causing symptoms.
I had a brain MRI done, and radiologist noted "EXTENSIVE" sinus thickening in sphenoid sinuses, lesser amounts in frontal area. I was having head aches, neck/head aches, jaw pain, ear pain, and stabbing pains behind the eyes. Been on antibiotic, seemed to help alot, my eyes seemend like they were hazy even. Going to ENT doctor in early June. Oh by the way, I also had facial tingling for 6 years, this is why I had MRI done, everything was normal except for sinuses. Hope this helps.
It seems to me that the sinuses are overproducing mucus in order to build a crust of mucus on top of the irritated spots. Like a crust of mucus. Why would the body do this? Well, if you build such a crust there, unless you pick it, !!, it will dry out this itchy spot, make it non-itchy, and subsequently that condition will "retire". Maybe this is the body's defense mechanism to heal this special type of skin layer inside the nasal passage.
I have a crossbreed of Pug X dachshund and she's 3 years old. she was in heat on december 11 so i scheduled her stud on 20th of december. i am not sure if its successful; but on january 6, i started noticing she's discharging a Brown mucus on her vagina but its just a small amount. but as the day passed it turns into Blood, but not a lot, now its january 12 and she's still bleeding a little. Is it the sign that she had miscarriage?? or it is too early for her to lose her puppies??
Hello, I've been coughing up a little blood mixed with clear mucus for awhile when I clear my throat in the mornings. Two weeks ago, while on vacation, I felt heaviness in the right side of my chest and coughed up a handful of blood and clear mucus three times. Yesterday, I had another fit where I coughed up a substantial amount of blood with mucus too. Needless to say when I got back from Vacation I went striaght to the doc and he ordered a CT.
I always took her in if I saw blood, and I was always right about the blood. You're not a cat, but our dogs and cats do get many of the same illnesses as humans, and that's the only point of reference I have.
The gel substance you are seeing is mucus. A certain amount of mucus in the stool is normal as that is what lubricates the bowel and facilitates the bowel movement. If there is more mucus than normal or if it seems that there is only mucus with no normal stool present, your puppy may have colitis. There are many causes of colitis. The most common is eating things that she shouldn't.
B6 is required for the synthesis of antibodies in the immune system, and acts in the formation of red blood cells. Recommended Dosage: From 50 to 200 mg per day (over and above any multi-vitamin you might be taking). Do not take more than 200 mg extra, as this could cause nerve damage. An excellent form of B6 is called P-5-P (Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate). Food Sources: Beans, nuts, legumes, eggs, meats, fish and whole grains.
One time when waking up I blew my nose and there were trace blood spots and when I coughed up the thick mucus it was bloody. Throughout the day I do not cough up any of the thick mucus globs, it is just initially when I am waking up. Is this a normal thing with the medicine I am taking forcing everything out of my nose or is it something I should be concerned with?
Almost seems like tiny bits of blood or food in in too. Not a lot though , a bit here or there. Her normally timed bowel movement in the morning was normal on the first half and slimy and mucus-y on the back end. No food for the day so no bowel movements for the rest of the day. Her nose is still cold and damp-ish. She is still barks at noise and the cats and is sleeping next to me as is her normal routine. Her puking in the past was usually over by now.
The sinuses are holes in the bones of the face, and bones don’t have much blood going through them, and the blood circulation through the mucus membranes in the sinuses is not great, so it’s extremely difficult for antibiotics, which travel though the bloodstream, to reach the sinuses to fight the bacteria.
She also has a fast heart rate (even while resting), that has continued since Friday. There is no blood in her stool or urine, no coughing or sneezing, and no vomiting; also, her gums seem a normal pink. The only real symptoms are that she is very lethargic (progressively worse), and no appetite. She also seems to be drinking a normal amount of water, but usually only when one of us takes her to the bowl (at which time she drinks a lot).
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