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  • elfinmyst@aol.com
    Hello Mia I am sorry to hear Cleo has been poorly. She ll be feeling a lot better now that his thyroid is stable and HCM can be secondary to thyroid problems.
    Message 1 of 60 , Feb 1, 2009
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      Hello Mia

      I am sorry to hear Cleo has been poorly. She'll be feeling a lot better now
      that his thyroid is stable and HCM can be secondary to thyroid problems. I
      don't know anything about the doses of the medicines she is on, but with meds
      the progression of HCM can be delayed or even stopped, at least for a while.

      The cardiologist will want to check that the medications are working, or if
      it was the thyroid causing HCM, or did Cleo have both problems. So your second
      ultrasound will tell you so much more.

      :) Lyn

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    • Jordan
      Hi Maria, Yes, my Sheba recently needed emergency eye surgery. At the time of my last visit with the cardiologist, Sheba was battling corneal ulcers (6
      Message 60 of 60 , Jan 6, 2013
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        Hi Maria,


        Yes, my Sheba recently needed emergency eye surgery. At the time of my last visit with the cardiologist, Sheba was battling corneal ulcers (6 months prior) and therefore, he provided me written instructions for an anesthesia protocol if they event she needed surgery.


        WHICH SHE DID!!


        Sheba was just released from the eye specialist and she confirmed she DID follow the cardiologists instructions as written. Sheba suffered NO issues with heart rate or blood presssure while under anesthesia


        Historically, Sheba has had difficulty recovering from dentals or previous anesthesia required procedures. So, I firmly believe that the protocol he wrote for her helped her TREMEDMOUSLY during and post surgically.


        She is gaining weight back (lost weight from the dreaded cone) and her eyes are healing nicely and clearing more and more. Soon I hope to see her beautiful blue himalayan eyes again soon.


        BTW, her next cardiologist appt is in a week, and I will be pleased to tell him of her surgical success. Thus far her HCM continues to be asymptomatic. Let's hope this cardio visit also shows no heart meds needed yet.


        Please let us know how your kitty does.


        Love,


        Jordan and Sheba


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