Hi Marci, Depending on his condition, meaning if this fluid is going to keep filling his lungs, you may have to continue using the lasix for the rest of his life. Your vet will know and meanwhile keep a close eye on him. I am so glad he is better for now.
Lorrie On 08-12, Marci Greer wrote: > Hi everyone, > > Thanks so much for all your thoughts! Charles is slowly improving, his > breathing is a lot better, he is still "slow" walking and moving > around, I would say that is expected. We will do more x-rays when the > fluid is hopefully gone to see more, and blood work. Does anyone have > any idea how long the fluid should take to get out? I guess it would > depend on how much fluid there is? It is hard to see him so slow and > grouchy! But on a positive note, when I was making his food to hide his > pill in, he was rubbing on me, he was also trying to get in the > refrigerator! Ha! Thanks again everyone so much! > > Thanks > Marci, Allyn & Charles _______________________________________________ Felvtalk mailing list Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org http://felineleukemia.org/mailman/listinfo/felvtalk_felineleukemia.org