- well, when dr. g. listened to pum's chest he didn't comment on the
wheezing....of course, i had so many questions to ask that i didn't ask him
about it bec it was one that i forgot to write down, canyou believe! ...i
feel certain that if he had thought that there was significant fluid buildup
that he would have prescribed something....also, he did say after the
ultrasound that his chest looked good....am i the onlly person who gets
exasperated about the inability to put definite answers to all these
things....i become obsessed about them....i find myself waking up during the
nite and listening to pum's chest and breathing...you'd think i'd relax
after ddr. g just told me that pum is going to be around for a lot
longer....sometimes i think i must be mental!!!
just venting, sorry....
From: Anyes Moscrip [mailto:anyes@...]
Sent: Sunday, March 04, 2001 11:28 PM
Subject: Re: [feline-heart]
Voula Augerinos wrote:
> Hi Linda,Do you think that Pebbles could have some fluid build up around the lungs?
> yes I read your response to Pat. Actually, today Pebbles had some
> funny breathing noise breathing out. It happened after I picked her up (my
> hand was under her chest) and it was sort of a wheezy sound breathing out.
> So we are both baffled now. Any ideas anyone, for both Linda and me? I
> think I remember the vet saying, the out breath was more respiratory, but
> then again, I have lost faith in this particular vet.
> Love, Voula and Pebbles and Lucy and my Beautiful Angel Sachie.
My Lucie made a squeak or moan when I picked her up with one hand under the
chest, if she had fluid building up in the chest. That's in addition to the
breath which was not necessarily faster. Sometimes it was actually slower,
deliberate as if each breath took more focus to get in and out.
Anyes, angel Lucie, Georgina and Angelica
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