What Happens When Lasix Doesn't Work
That’s not the way it happens, folks. Healthy kidneys, healthy hearts don’t retain water. If you’re sitting all day and the water begins to pool in your ankles, you get swollen ankles. Your kidneys aren’t working well. And your muscles aren’t exercising enough. If you gained a pound in your sleep from water-weight gain, your kidneys and your heart are not working, especially your heart, because it shouldn’t have been happening while you were sleeping! Your legs should not be swelling up in your sleep. They should be draining. If you heart doesn’t have the pumping action to pump the fluid out of your legs while you’re in a reclining position, how the heck is it going to have the pumping action to pump the fluid out of your legs when you’re standing up or sitting? Think about that.
I don’t mind giving out health and nutritional advice to folks, but when I have to be the one to tell folks that they’re on the skids and heading to the grave, I don’t like that job. That’s not my job that’s their physicians job. I don’t even know half these folks; heck, I don’t know any of these folks that I talk to on the phone or communicate with over the email, they are just people who come up and ask questions and I have to be the one who levels with them. Why the hell aren’t their docs doing it? I also have to talk and counsel folks who have not given a thought to death at all, ever in their lifetimes. It is a subject they have avoided even in their extreme, old age; they don’t want to talk about death or think that it’s ever going to happen to them. They’re going to avoid it; it’s not going to happen to them. If they don’t think about it, they wont draw it near them. That’s idiocy. That’s absolute idiocy. And yes, I know it’s part of this new age hokey philosophy that if you don’t think about something you’re not going draw it towards you. But death is unavoidable. And when you know that things are going wrong with your body, when you know that major things are going wrong with your body; to think that you can reverse the irreversible, to think that some miracle of medicine is going to come up and save you, to think that you can doctor hop, and find the right doctor who will save you life, and extend it for bloody ever, is just absolute stupidity.
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The Vetmedin seems to be helping
Him quite a bit. We go tomorrow for his re-check and will decide if he is fit enough for surgery.
I was looking online to see if the vetmedin was what seems to be causing him to lose so much weight or if it is simply the lasix taking excess water weight off of him. He is still enjoying...ts so I'm a bit concerned about the weight loss. I'll be asking the vet about it tomorrow, but would love to have an idea today. ;-)
Also, through researching that drug, it seems that it is a vasodilator. Similar to the active ingredients in Viagra?!?! Explains why my dog (who has been neutered for 12 years) seems to want to make love to everything that comes in conctact with his underside.
With a lot of precautions.
Q: Can I give my dog aspirin?
A: My first question in response to this is; what do you want to treat? Most often, the answer is for arthritis, but I have to ask. It is important not to just give a drug because the animal is 'not himself' or is in pain where the cause is unknown.
With regard to arthritis, yes, aspirin can be used, but with caution. Aspirin is in a class of drugs called NSAIDs - Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, and dogs are particularly sensitive to the gastrointestinal effects of; pain, bleeding, and ulceration that can be a side effect of these drugs. Coated aspirin may help with the gastrointestinal effects
Kyle's Saratoga picks for Aug. 3 — Glens Falls Post-Star
WIN — CHRISSY GIRL was a victim of circumstance last out, running in between horses behind a glacial pace, yet still managed to finish willingly once in the clear. Should prove best with a trip. .. First start for Brown here with Lasix on.
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