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  • pr628@aol.com
    I agree with Robin, this is not herpes related. Call an internist vet, or one of the emergency centers at the universities and get some immediate
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 1, 2008
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      I agree with Robin, this is not herpes related. Call an internist vet, or
      one of the emergency centers at the universities and get some immediate
      consultations going with them and the local emergency vets. Your vet doesn't sound
      like the one to be using in this if he's taking it so casually and sending
      him home. I am surprised the hospital didn't keep him and keep a cath in him
      so they could monitor and do something. If there has been some damage that
      has affected the nerves or such an infection that is causing all the spasms,
      maybe he would be better with IV antibiotics to get this under control. You
      need some expert to tell you what you're dealing with. If they are so
      worried he's inflammed and they may not be able to recath, what are they waiting
      for, till he closes up and they can't get it in? This just doesn't make sense,
      but please call a specialist.



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