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  • Beverly A Ford
    I would call my vet. This coughing could be pulmonary edema. This is fluid in the lungs often due to inadequate heart beating (not getting the circulation
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 28, 2000
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      I would call my vet. This coughing could be pulmonary edema. This is fluid
      in the lungs often due to inadequate heart beating (not getting the
      circulation moving as it should.
      Bev

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      Sent: Friday, July 28, 2000 7:31 PM
      Subject: [feline-heart] Thanks for the responses...


      > I'm keeping my cat (w/ the mitral valve regurgitation) on 25mg lasix
      > per day since that's what the E vet originally prescribed. I'm also
      > putting him on Co-Enzyme Q10 per your suggestions -- anyone else had
      > good results from this??
      >
      > Also, has anyone had problems w/ their cats coughing because of fluid
      > in the lungs? I know dogs do this sometimes when they have heart
      > disease. My cat's been coughing in the morning, which stresses his
      > heart and breathing, but I'm not sure if it's the hairballs or fluid
      > in the lungs. By the way, IAMS and Science Diet hairball remedy dry
      > food hasn't helped him at all!
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