If it is al all possible find another vet who is more knowledgable in
treating FeLV this vet is pretty clueless. An HCT of 10 is when a
transfusion would be seriously considered not ruled out, that alone
tells me this vet doesn't have the knowledge to help you.
Bailey started with an HCT of 20% at which point we ordered the epogen,
by the time I got it his HCT had gone down to 18%, after two weeks of
being on the epogen it was at 15%, it often takes epogen 3 weeks or even
longer to kick in. By week 3 his HCT was back up to 18% and went up
from there. When he passed of pancreatic cancer his HCT was a very
healthy 33%, so he never became anemic after that. The prednisolone may
help but in order to build new red cells she needs vitb, iron and folic
acid, all are needed to build new red cells. Nutrived ahs all 3 and is
fairly cheap, you can order it here:
I order it for Fred my CRF furkid. I have not found it cheaper anywhere
How is the baby today?
happiness is being owned by cats ...
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