Date: 2001-05-13 13:21:00 UTC
Subject: [Ferret-Health-list] Is there a treatment for liver
Liver's can be pretty forgiving and regenerate, but it
depends what is causing the problem and how far a long. Human
liver's are the same.
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Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2001 12:02 AM
I've read that a ferret's liver has the ability to
What medications could do that?
One of my ADV positive boys, that I believe has Aleutian
having very similar symptoms as my Cara Mia did. We put her
during exploratory surgery as liver failure was indicated.
she has in such poor shape by then that I could not put her
force feedings, etc. She was not eating and vomited the
My boy became very lethargic. I took him to the vet at
10:00 p.m. on
Tuesday evening as he also had hind leg weakness. He has
few times in the last few months. His fasting glucose was
fluid was found in his chest. He's been on Lasix and Amoxi
then. His energy is better but he acts like his gravy
He ate fairly well (after walking away a few times) this
then vomited it up. He's also sleeping separate from his
mates...just like Cara Mia did.
Is there anything I can do to prevent him from becoming as
Cara Mia? Can liver problems be treated? His GGT was 12 on
Thank you in advance.
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