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Under the restricted circumstances, the best advice I can give you is to keep bathing that foot with antiseptic (for things like that I always use Echinacea Angustifolia herbal tincture which works excellently to prevent and treat even deep infection) But if I were you I would get hold of some antibiotic powder or cream, Neosporin would be good, and apply that after bathing her foot with antiseptic.
However, I have known dogs who ate chocolate with no bad effects to them at all! But best not to take the risk. Your dog will throw up, then a little while later, will feel perfectly OK, and probably hungry again. So you won't be doing him any harm. Milk chocolate is less toxic than dark chocolate, and baking chocolate is the worst of all. But don't induce vomiting if your dog has a history of epilepsy, heart disease, or is generally unwell.
I thought about giving my dog some of my rabbit's hay or food because I remember someone saying dogs will throw up if they eat grass, but i don't want to do that with out a vets okay or something like that. does anyone know what i can do until i can get him to the vet?
We were able to make her throw most of it back up, and we had only a brush with tragedy. Still, our dog suffered from the profound hypoglycemia it causes, and needed repeated blood work and all the preventative treatments to survive. Vitamin E, SAM-e and Milk Thistle are needed to protect the liver from the necrosis caused by Xylitol poisoning. Also IV fluids, and making sure the bowels keep moving, as they tend to bleed and necrose as well.
the first few times i got it, i was prescribed ceftin (antibiotic) and it cleared it up right away, but it always comes back so what difference does it make! my doctors wont prescribe it anymore because ill build up an immunity eventually. nobody knows what it is, my ent is completely stumped. ive tried eliminating everything from my diet, nothing works. this is so frustrating.
It gently pumps the saline solution into your sinuses, and I don’t know if it pumps saline all the way up into the far reaches of your sinuses, because of gravity, but it follows the same line of treatment expressed here. Neilmed Sinus Rinses squirt saline into the maxillary and ethmoid sinuses. It does not work for infections in the upper sinuses, says so right on the box. It only costs $13 at any local pharmacy. There is also a neti pot, which was demonstrated by Dr.
The first one is good for getting dog vomit stains out too. 16 ounces hydrogen peroxide 1 teaspoon joy or dawn dishwashing liquid soap 1 1/2 tablespoon baking soda Using a plastic container, mix the solution in order given, apply or spray a generous amount where needed. After a day or two vacuum. It works wonders, no stain, no odors. CAUTION: do not store leftover mixture, it will build up and can explode.
and multiple visits to the ENT I solved the problem myself by adding Hydrogen Peroxide to the NetiPot saline solution. I did a 1 oz Hydrogen Peroxide to 8 oz of distilled water ratio and after two days at twice a day the smell was gone for good. It stings a little while the solution is in the nose but the discomfort was mild compared to the smell. A person should NOT increase the mixture ratio as it will severely burn the inside of the nose.
I started getting ear infections in high school that would swell up the side of my face and make my jaw hurt. Any type of movement was agony. My ear canal would swell completely shut. I never had any itchiness with them and my doctor said it was swimmer's ear and gave my antibiotic drops that got rid of it. I've continued to get random ear infections for the past 8 years, nothing big. My last ear infection was about 6 months ago, but this time they were itchy and wet.
There is a sandy-grainy like build up on my scalp This is also accompanied by an itch. Even after I wash my hair, the grainy like build up is still there. It is NOT flaky what so ever. My hair has also started to fall out and at the end of my hair, a white little grain is at the end. Hair will not stop falling out. I have gotten blood tests at a dermatology office and everything was normal. I also have tried about very type of zinc pyrithione shampoo, at the highest concentrations.
I have it too!!! I just woke up this morning with it. Im only 16 so u could prolly imagine what went through my head. But Ill throw away my chopstick.. I think its like a year old anyways lol... But yeaa... it get really cold in NY...
Yes, By accident, I found that 3% hydrogen peroxide left on overnight REALLY HELPS ALOT. I think it stops the bumps that cause itch from manifesting. -It won't stop the lint/fiber things from being there, But it'll give you alot of relief.
Ive taken them for 3 days now. The first day was bad, thought I was gonna throw up that night. Im on day 3 with no low abdomen pain. That was the first to go with taking this. Since it has no side effects and seems to be helping I will continue. I plan on seeing a specialist for Lymes, whether my primary care wants me to or not. Ill let you know how that goes.
Try some Hydrogen Peroxide too and put some triple antibiotic cream on afterwards. You are not whining or a cry baby. Dont even think that. Try and get some rest as you are so tired. I can see why you are waiting to see your vet......sometimes i just dont think!!!!!
I stopped smoking [its been 6 weeks] I quit drinking and started juicing and using hydrogen peroxide food grade, milk thistle and doubled vitamin c. I also take green food supplement. The pain left; the fever is gone and I feel so much better. They checked for liver damage and fibrosis and found nothing. All is normal. I wonder has anyone cured themself of this disease? I am determined in God all things are possible.
He also told me that, yes, sometimes peroxide would help for a while - they don't know exactly why. And also antibiotics would clear it up temporarily - they don't know exactly why. So when I have flare-ups, I use the cream - sometimes putting it on at night with some thin cotton gloves I have to keep the bedclothes from getting greasy. A couple months ago it was especially bad, and had been for some time. Then last month I got an unrelated infection and was put on an antibiotic (Flagyl).
You need antibiotic like clyndamycin erythromycin neospoirn or Bactroban to keep it uninfected so it will heal. And putting make up on it is an unfortunate no-no. So for me,now I think I have face eczema that gets a staph infection. And then I wind up with a stubborn lesion with plugs. Always in the same place my lower jaw right or left of my chin. But one of the earlier posters was correct. It's the "inflamed" sebaceous glands.
It's best not to do this just after your meal as you may throw back up some of your meal. It's better to wait a little bit after your meal so that you don't end up barfing your dinner up. You'll have to try to ignore your gag reflex in order for this to be successful. I can actually feel the stuck food bits through the soft palate of my throat/nose area at the very back.
We are so afraid that we had tried scores of medicines in the past and finally we could not able to make up what drug cured us I hope you keep visiting this forum until all of us get us cured.
it seems to cool them down and disinfect..also hydrogen peroxide works well.They dry up and go away eventually.It only happens to me in the Springtime and it seems to be related to the fresh cut grass..or from the garden hose laying in the grass!!!!
I bath everyday, I have even started taking personal wipes with me to the restroom so that I can wash up during the day but nothing seems to stop the odor. I wear panty liners so that I can change them and the smell won't get in my clothes. My pap smears are normal. Even though my doctor says that they don't know what causes bacterial vaginitis, and there is no cure that will keep it from reoccuring, I find it extremely embarrassing.
I can clear a room at times, render an airplane full of complaints and sick people.. some whom throw up, i can cause a fire alarm in my college during class just by sitting in the right spot, i can make a swimming pool smell like me, my neighbors hate it when i work out in my garage because the entire block smells like old spice or whatever scent i wear that day. 9)I am of mixed heritage, I BELIEVE THIS IS THE X FACTOR.
Any male (non-make up wearing) sufferers out there? Any female sufferers who do not wear eye make up? You may like to TRY the following (which usually clears up my problem in two or three days): Buy 'Simple Eye Ointment' from a pharmacy. Do NOT wear eye make up (sorry! I know it is dreadful to face the world looking naked and raw!). Keep your eyes really clean, bather often. Apply ointment. Keep fingers madly crossed.
Either use soap and water or hydrogen peroxide. That's better advice than telling someone categorically that they don't have herpes.
I may have to go give my NP a BIG hug when I see him for my check-up Thursday. This is how great he is- he made sure to schedule me 3 days later to make sure that there is improvement instead of waiting the 2 weeks of possibly wasted time.
Pepcid AC) regularly for a few days. I also flush the sores with hydrogen peroxide (which burns like @#$% but disinfects). Also trying not to drink acid-rich things like orange juice or cola which really aggravates it. I have never gotten conclusive medical advice on them or whether the ulcers could be related to thrush but after reading this, I will ask my doctor, too. I take inhaled corticosteriods for asthma which can contribute to thrush spells.
But im not sure why it has all of a sudden flared back up. -Allergy- it seems to flare up when i wear make up, but why now?? i havent changed makeup or used anything new, and ive worn makeup for yeeears. -yeast infection? -Could it be diabetes? I do have a few other symptoms of diabetes but would it also cause this? - stress- i have just finished my last year of Uni.
My doctor told me to throw away all of my make-up as it may be contaminated..... I'm doing that too! Good luck and hope everyone does what they need to do to feel better. I wanted to post this so that people take it seriously, as some of the posts make it seem like it will just go away,or have doctors that didn't take it seriously. I feel that people need to act on this one.
About a week and a half ago, I noticed the bottom half of my calves were covered in small red spots(they were barely bumped up, if at all). Then, last Sunday I woke up with incredibly itchy bumps(so bad that it's actually woken me up at night) on both of my ankles, and at this time the other spots were gone. Now, I still have the itchy bumps(which don't seem to have gotten any better) and the small red spots on my legs have returned.
The itch lasts several minutes and the swelling was gone by morning when they departed. I've had to close up my home to keep them out after spraying bug spray and washing the curtains. I'd open the curtans and they would bite my fingers. They love fingeres and toes mostly. It stopped during late winter but is starting again with warmer weather. Any help identifying? also worse during cloudy weather and at night This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.
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