Lump after neutering

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Last night he had some bruising on his belly and this morning the bruising was a little darker and I can feel a lump under the skin. The bruising and the lump are not near the incision they are on the left lower side of his belly closer to his leg. I took him to the vet this morning and had him examined.
my 8 month old female cat has had the neutering surgery yesterday. She seems doing ok for the night and day today, eat and drink well, had good BM and also peed fine. But I just noticed she's developed a lump on her incision site in the evening. it appears to be fluid filled, and my cat will let me touch it lightly without showing sign of pain. I will take her back to the Vet tmr morning, but just wondering if this is a normal reaction after the surgery.
I didn’t think much of it at that time but as time progressed lump seemed like it was growing. The lump was right below the anal and my dog more frequently scratched his butt on the carpet. Finally the partial skin peeled off and started bleeding. I took my dog to the vet and my vet recommended lump removal surgery and also neutering him at the same time. All was done and I brought him from vet yesterday and I noticed that the stitched area wasn’t covered with any bandage.
He was just to the vet last Thursday and everything checked out fine. This weekend, my fiance informed me of a lump he had seen near his penis. I looked, its about 2cm long by about 1cm wide. It literally looks like the bump is going to pop. I do not see any kind of head on it to say its a pimple or ingrown hair. I know my vet most likely won't be able to get him in this week. We leave for vacation Thursday and I just wanted some input as to what it could possibly be. Its hard, and pink.
Good morning Amy...first, let me say thanks for being proactive and neutering your pet! Was the "lump" on either side of the shaft of the penis? If so, what you are describing is known as the bulbis glandis and it actually helps "tie" the male dog to the female dog during mating. Many owners have called back after their dogs castration to tell us that we forgot to remove the testicles!!! In all likelihood, this is normal and nothing to worry about.
It's normal for them to not want to eat right away either. I know I didn't want to eat the day after I had surgery. I wouldn't worry about cleaning her right now either. You don't want to be pulling around the incision area. When she feels up to it, she'll start cleaning herself. The tricky part is keeping her from pulling at her incision. Did they give her the kind that dissolves? It's been a few years since I've had a cat get fixed. I'm not sure what they're using right now.
Some people are confused on their male dogs when the see two lump like objects along the shaft of the penis even after the dog was neutered. These are the bulbous glands and they help in the "tying" of male to female dog during copulation. These will remain despite neutering and on some dogs they are quite prominent. This is a very common question in veterinary practice.
I been Doctoring it and looking better it trying to scab over the lump is gone all the puss is out I been doing what I can cause at the moment I don't have the money to take him we are at the moment struggling trying to pay bills I peroxide and antibiotic ointment all I can do at this time
Anyways today I just got really lightheaded after climbing the stairs and I seriously thought I was about to collapse. I felt like I was choking and I had that feeling like something in my body wasn't right... I was very shaky. I just don't know what to do - I'm 85% sure that it's probably panic attacks but that other 15% doubt is totally taking over my mind and making me freak out. I'm finding myself having to pop four to five 25mg xanax/day just to relax and now I'm terrified to exercise.
Over the years he has eaten sheet rock, insulation, carpet, lots of bedding, socks, underwear, trash and grasses. He's never had a blockage or needed any surgery (besides his neutering). The thing is that he doesn't just eat stuff like a puppy would - for fun. He eats it like his stomach is hurting and he finds whatever fiber around to eat to possibly absorb something/acid? It really wasn't that bad in the beginning and we just thought what the vets thought. That he's just being a lab.
Our old dog was mauled by a cow some weeks ago. Some time after this we noticed a lump on one of her hind breasts. We took her to the vet yesterday and the vet said she has cancer. Mum and Dad think that if the cancer has spread and isn't contained to the one breast that she should be put down. I disagree. I think she still seems reasonably well and that it would be premature to put her down.
When I noticed a soft lump on back near scabbed area, got worried and off we went to see his vet. Glad I acted fast as he had an abcess...similar to one he needed surgery for on shoulder awhile back. This time he was shaved and tech said she (or vet) expressed. Vet said I'd caught it early...a good thing. Of course...I'd had to use their restroom during the process...returned to exam room to find my boy roaming around on floor under table....with large round shaven place on back.
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