Date: 2009-12-26 23:56:34 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Frequent urinating
Check on prostate too since he may need to be put on something to shrink it while the suprelorin and melatonin are reaching their effect. Propecia is on such medication if it is the prostate, but there could be an infection in the bladder or prostate too so antibiotics may also be needed. Dosing should be the same with Propecia regardless of Suprelorin. Once everything else kicks in you can often stop the Propecia. Best of luck to you.
TLC First Animal Hospital
Chicago, IL 60631
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff" <inner.harmony@...> wrote:
> Thanks for responding Tressie, Sukie, and Helga. Adrenal disease is a strong possibility, as there's also a good sized bald spot on his shoulders and neck, and a small one on the base of his tail. My vet has an extra Deslorelin implant on hand. If I get this for Pop, should it solve the problem IF it's adrenal disease? The frequent, small urinations are not accompanied by any signs of pain, so I don't think it's any kind of stone.
> In Memory of Trinny, Neo, and Mr. Parker
> Caring for Morphy, Baby Girl, Luna, Dozer, Sabrina, Minnie Mouse, and Possum the Million Dollar Ferret
> [Good question since I don't know about
> Propecia dosing with deslorelin. That is
> often needed, sometimes antibiotics, too.
> For humans it would be combos like
> Flomax and Avodart with antibiotics.
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