Sorry - I was looking at the wrong thing when I mentioned the lymphocytes. I
was actually noticing the MCHC going up (mean cell haemoglobin concentration)
which is also a good thing.
They lymphocytes have gone up, not down, and emphasizes the need for the
doxycycline in my opinion.
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Sherri
Sent: September-16-16 12:21 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Bogey's First Month on Stanzolol
Well we got good news at the vets office today. Not great but good. Bogey was
on Pred and Stanzolol for 14 days. The vet then wanted her off (Stanzolol) for
14 days then back on to cycle her on it. Bogey then went into heat on the 5th
off day so I called the vet 4 days into her heat because it seemed to be very
hard on her. He had me go right back on the Stanzolol and her heat ended the
next day. So what we had was 2 weeks on, 10 days off and been back on it now
for 7 days. Her are her results from 9/16 and the ones from 8/24.
She did not have a fever today and had gained almost .75 of a pound since 8/1.
She is still playing some, eating and drinking well. But still is wobbly and
sleeps quite a bit. She is holding her own on this drug combo and the vet was
very happy especially with the PLT, which I need to read about again. We are
keeping her on it for 30 days this next cycle and rechecking then. (Although I
will probably take her in before that because I am a worrier)
Just thought I would post this for other FELV+ owners incase you were doubting
this drug (Stanzolol) because of the potential of damage later in life.
Remember we must get them to "later in life" first.
Thank you all and best wishes.
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