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Avatar f tn you are correct, cat food, being richer, has set off his pancreatitis. As you know acute pancreatitis can be a fatal event. It can also be transient. no one knows how your dog will do. Medications will decrease the severity of this event and sounds like if you get him over this you have managed his diet very well. I'd like to see his pancreatic work up and treat him to get him over this quickly and so that it does not progress further.
Avatar n tn Re-balance your dogs digestive system with probiotics. Consider a bland home made diet such as chicken, rice and peas. If you would like to follow up on this in detail with me, that would be fine.
793908 tn?1294708709 If she's eating the Hills I/D (that's the prescription diet the vet recommended after her pancreatitis attack?) without any problems, then that's good. Stick to it. Don't worry about giving her different tastes and flavours at the moment. She is getting all she needs from the food. Dogs aren't quite like us about their food. What seems boring to us, they are happy with.
Avatar n tn You should add probiotics to her diet also. Don't change her diet for at least one month, than add additions very very slowly.
Avatar n tn He is doing great, hungry more than normal but he was NPO for 48 hours and I believe he is filling his stomach again, plus, he is on a bland diet and chicken and rice doesn't fill much. Do you think it would be OK to give him plain grits? That is very bland and I am trying to think of something else to feed him.
Avatar f tn I just got out of the hospital, diagonosed with gallstones and pancreatitis. Doc said I will need to have gallbladder removed. I have been reserching some on the internet and I have a few concerns. Me- 39 year old Female, 214 pounds (ugh), otherwise healthy and active, Vegatarian diet- No meats, No fried foods!! First off, I am pretty sure I got the gallstones from doing too many fasting cleanses! The first few attacks I had was during a cleanse!
Avatar f tn My 9 month old puppy was diagnosed with pancreatitis today, they kept him at the vet all day giving him IV fluids. They let us take him home tonight so he was only admitted for about 12 hours.
902019 tn?1249865014 I was diagnosed 2 years ago with AIP, have a 25 year history of autoimmune disorders (eosinophilic vasculitis, mild Sjogren's). Usually have done well with prednisone for the various flare-ups but with AIP, still recurring symptoms and the elevated IgG4 periodically. Next step may be Imuran. Is there anyone out there who has had good results with Imuran for autoimmune pancreatitis?
Avatar n tn Cindy, The diet necessary for pancreatitis is simply a strict low-fat diet. No oils used in cooking, no red meats due to their high fat content, no alcohol, avoid refined sugars, white flour and white rice, no fried foods. Use no or low fat substitutes for any dairy products, egg beaters for eggs (no yolks), no nuts. Fish, chicken and turkey can be baked, grilled, boiled or sauted, using small quantities of Pam or a similar spray.
Avatar f tn I got him back on his meds and on Monday, he was taking small amounts of rice and chicken, but refused the prescription diet. He was happy and seemed back on track. This morning, he's back down and off his food again. I hate giving him meds on an empty stomach but he's refusing everything except his kibble, which obviously, he can't have. I'll be taking him back to the vet but I know they're going to be obtuse about the food...
793908 tn?1294708709 My 10 yr old mini Poodle Julie was now diagnosed with a heart murmur when she went to ER Vet again.. for another Pancreatitis attack..which is better now. My Vet told me that the Trilostane (22.5 mg) is NOT working for her Cushings disease. Yet, 2 months ago her numbers came way down to normal. He now wants her on LYSODREN. I am scared to death of that drug. I read too much negative reports about it. Thats why I put her on Trilostane.
Avatar f tn Wouldn't even drink milk, her favorite. Last Tuesday vet said she has pancreatitis from her bloodwork, took her off Prednisone for allergies (he said was one of causes), put her on Hill's I.D. diet, no human snacks, gave her shot of nausea medicine. Right away she ate her dinner, and continued to eat better and better, got well and stayed that way several days.
Avatar f tn The last 36 hours I have been on a brat diet(Bananas rice applesauce and toast) plus clear liquids and I have no relief. Called and made appt with specialist but its a wk away. I'm starting to think I might possibly have SOD. The specialist that performed the ERCP said at that time I might need to have a stint put in to keep that tube from spasming. I really need to get to the bottoms of this. The last 2 visits I had he just keeps tell me to take a probiotic and watch my diet.
Avatar m tn Then on day 3 give 1 tablespoon of either special canned diet ID formula or the boiled chicken and rice. Continue 1 tablespoon a day for 3 days. Then re check with vet. Keep on special pancreas diet for life. No fat snacks like popcorn etc. Only dog food that is low in fat. It can be a long hard road with a dog with pancreatitis. I know. I've been there and now going thru it again.
Avatar f tn We found this was a big no with him developing Pancreatitis and he also became jaundice and liver counts in the 1000s on blood work. He had an ultrasound to make sure he did not have any blockage, it was negative. He was sick and would not eat which is not normal for him. He eventually started eating and we were able to feed him with vet approval boiled ground turkey and rice. He is now on Royal Canin HE GI food - 1 - 2 cups a day and last blood test about 6 weeks ago was normal.
Avatar f tn Hi everyone, My 10 yr old dachshund has just had a second bout of pancreatitis a week ago. His first one was in 2011. His. Liver and pancreas are both enlarged and look inflammed. Hes been on loads of antibiotics this past 10 days, IV fluids, etc. He was off food for at least 48 hrs and is now on boiled chicken which he loves. His liver enzymes are high He just started a product called denmarin for liver support yesterday. Its. Prescription milk thistle from the vet.
Avatar n tn Hi, I was admitted in a hospital a week ago for acute pancreatitis and was discharged just after 30 hours. I was instructed to take Omeprazole for two weeks and then go back for follow-up. However, last night, just five days after my very first attack, I was in so much pain again that I had to be rushed to the ER. This time they didn't admit me as my Lipase level was lower than in the first attack (316). They did, however, added another medication: Maalox Susp.
Avatar n tn All that she seems to be able to eat is plain rice with some boiled vegetables without any spices and apple juice. She also seems to suffer from severe constipation, at times (not always) but if she takes laxatives, she gets severe stomach pain. She has consulted many doctors - a few said it is an extreme case of IBS, after performing several tests. One doctor said she had duodenal ulcers that were mostly healed.
Avatar n tn diet, abdominal pain, gastroparesis, chronic pancreatitis 0.
Avatar m tn weirdly enough so is her puppy who is similar to her. Though she is still over weight, no matter the diet food we get her she loves to eat D:. I dont know what to do...i want to stop with the dog food cause it seems so unhealthy. Can i feed her veggies? or any fruit? I need a cheap easy way to get her to stop eatin so much n to just slim some. We have been walking but she keeps doing the same ol thing n just eating more!! Shes a good dog :c just she loves her all dogs. P.s.
Avatar f tn Can someone please tell me how to heal the pancreatitis? I'm just eating chicken, fillet of sole, baked yam, baked potato, white rice, string beans, gluten-free cereal and can only drink water. When I eat I get the burning and then after a while feel full. I am starting to get pain in the upper left side of my back too. I feel trickling like water going thru my intestinal tract. Has anyone had this?
Avatar f tn I probably should add that I am still phasing in the Hill's K/D diet and am 1/3 Hills and 2/3 homemade low fat kidney diet. He has not shown any symptoms of pancreatitis other than the PSL being in the low 700's. Do you think I should continue phasing in the Hills K/D?
212161 tn?1537898045 potato chips and other snacks, pizza crust, fat cut off of meat and poultry, and junk food for example, are not good for dogs. Excess fat in your dog's diet can lead to pancreatitis. Most commercial food manufacturers are catching up with the times and producing much healthier, and more natural foods, which rely less on cheap grains and fillers, and use more higher quality protein sources, and vegetables and fruit. Good commercial foods are Evo/Inova, Wellness, Orijin, and more.
1529419 tn?1291873205 Yes acute canine pancreatitis is easily resolved with a home-made bland diet fed in very small portions 3-4 times a day. Digestive enzymes and probiotics should be added to your dogs meals twice a day and fluids given as needed to promote proper hydration. Should you want to follow up with me, that is fine.
Avatar m tn I agree 100% with Ginger, it sounds like an attack of pancreatitis to me. The normal treatment for pancreatitis is one week of hospitalization on NOTHING but IV fluids, not even water to drink, to give the pancreas TOTAL REST. After the week is up, they start slowly introducing very bland food. Any time a dog is fed human food there is the risk of them developing pancreatitis, and even one meal can be enough to cause it.
Avatar n tn Has he been wormed recently,that can make them thin.
Avatar n tn But in my case the back pain came first and then I had four weeks of stomach complications. I am now slowly adding food to my diet. Specially rice, apple juice, pasta. I am also having Metamucil (Over The Counter Fiber Supplement) that has helped me a lot. Acute Pancreatitis is the inflamation of the Pancreas than can be treated and cured if diagnosted on time. In the other hand Cronic Pancreatitis can not be cured.
Avatar m tn I would be concerned, especially if she gets in the trash. Sge could have a gastritis, pancreatitis or a blockage. All can be dangerous. Is she pooping, eating, any vomiting? Try a bland diet of chicken and rice. If she seems worse, you will have to take her to the Vet.