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Re: [FH] what level of noisy breathing is tolerable?

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  • Allyson Spring
    Martha I am curious about this too. My vet and cardiologist said that noisy breathing is usually upper airway or respiratory system not cardiac in nature.
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 3, 2010
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      Martha I am curious about this too. My vet and cardiologist said that noisy breathing is usually upper airway or respiratory system not cardiac in nature. That cardiac was rate and and effort but mostly rate.

      What have others been told? Boomer is on 12.5 lasix every 8 hours (he is a 16 Lb cat). His noises scare me. So i know what you are going through. Where do you think the noises are coming from?

      Best,

      Allyson

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      On Oct 3, 2010, at 9:44 PM, "MarthaH" <marticakh@...> wrote:

      Fred seems to have some moments where he will occasionally make a noisy breathing or wheezing sound, maybe has to do with his body position, maybe it's just momentary...and this is while on the Lasix....I'm wondering if this is ok. It's not like it's constant, most of the time his breathing sounds good and it's been very slow the whole time it seemed like the fluids returned ove rthe past month.

      as I just posted, I gave hiim a TID dose of lasix a few days ago but I think that was too dehydrating for him and at least that one day, not sure it did more than the BID did...today I'm just trying to rehydrate him, am afraid to give him subq fluds again cuz he used to go limp everytime I did--although as I just posted, he's now gone limp for no apparently reason, on all legs.

      but just wondering if all of your cats being treated have perfect breathing, or is a certain amount of noise that is tolerable....?







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    • elfinmyst@aol.com
      Hi When Milli and Trixi have noisy breathing, it s usually a stuffy nose and an infection. I always get it checked out though and it invariably is another
      Message 2 of 5 , Oct 4, 2010
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        Hi

        When Milli and Trixi have noisy breathing, it's usually a stuffy nose and
        an infection. I always get it checked out though and it invariably is
        another cold! Does anyone elkse notice HCM cats get more colds than usual? Maybe
        it's just we have so many cats it goes round and round. Tests always come
        back as a mild calici.

        LYn

        _www.myfurkids.co.uk_ (http://www.myfurkids.co.uk/)


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      • Allyson Spring
        What antibiotic clears it up? Boomer seems to have perpetual colds sneezing several times a day and congestion. He just finished 5 days of zithromax. He
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 4, 2010
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          What antibiotic clears it up? Boomer seems to have perpetual colds sneezing several times a day and congestion. He just finished 5 days of zithromax. He hopped into bed and sneezed and still makes noise though you have to stick your head in his face :)

          Allyson

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          On Oct 4, 2010, at 4:23 AM, elfinmyst@... wrote:

          Hi

          When Milli and Trixi have noisy breathing, it's usually a stuffy nose and
          an infection. I always get it checked out though and it invariably is
          another cold! Does anyone elkse notice HCM cats get more colds than usual? Maybe
          it's just we have so many cats it goes round and round. Tests always come
          back as a mild calici.

          LYn

          _www.myfurkids.co.uk_ (http://www.myfurkids.co.uk/)

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        • Judi Levens
          Hi Martha; how is Fred doing now? I would be very worried with these latest symptoms and I would take him to the emergency vet just to be safe...there is a
          Message 4 of 5 , Oct 4, 2010
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            Hi Martha; how is Fred doing now? I would be very worried with these latest symptoms and I would take him to the emergency vet just to be safe...there is a chance he threw a clot (I am definitely no vet, but my cat had a similar experience) and if so he needs medical help...especially if he's having noisy breathing. I don't want to alarm you, and maybe he is just fine, but to be safe I would bring him in if it's possible...he's a real soldier and so are you! good luck...I hope it's not anything bad. take good care and big hugs from Judi and Max









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            From: marticakh@...
            Date: Mon, 4 Oct 2010 01:44:06 +0000
            Subject: [FH] what level of noisy breathing is tolerable?






            Fred seems to have some moments where he will occasionally make a noisy breathing or wheezing sound, maybe has to do with his body position, maybe it's just momentary...and this is while on the Lasix....I'm wondering if this is ok. It's not like it's constant, most of the time his breathing sounds good and it's been very slow the whole time it seemed like the fluids returned ove rthe past month.

            as I just posted, I gave hiim a TID dose of lasix a few days ago but I think that was too dehydrating for him and at least that one day, not sure it did more than the BID did...today I'm just trying to rehydrate him, am afraid to give him subq fluds again cuz he used to go limp everytime I did--although as I just posted, he's now gone limp for no apparently reason, on all legs.

            but just wondering if all of your cats being treated have perfect breathing, or is a certain amount of noise that is tolerable....?





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