Message Number: FHL13287 | New FHL Archives Search
From: Ella Boo Bella
Date: 2011-05-23 00:25:18 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Is Lupron Alone enough?
To: FHL posting <>

My Milo is approximately 3 yrs old and has had symptoms of adrenal for all but 1 year of that. Ferretonin implants worked the first two times but not the last. Hair loss, thinness, and some aggression towards other fuzzies got progressively worse.

I can afford to get the Lupron shot for him, but not the ferretonin and Lupron. I'm not confident the ferretonin implant will be effective anyway given the last result.

So my question is... Will the Lupron work by itself?

Milo is so thin and 2/3 bald now and his edgy behavior isn't getting better (he is fine with humans).

Thanks in advance.

Oh... I got the implant for him AND my Pixie at the same time. It did not help her either and her hair loss and grumpiness isn't better, and he hair loss kept getting worse too. She isn't aggressive but screams at any fuzzy who messes with her 98% of the time.

Not sure if the implant not working for either is helpful but thought I would include it.

My apologies for typos. I'm using my phone to write this (no Internet).


Sent from Ella's iBoo 4

[Ferretonin is melatonin which is far better than nothing
but is the mildest approach that can be used. If you
can not afford both then look in the archives for which
times to give oral melatonin in order to use it right and
use that along with either Lupron or Suprelorin.

Use search terms like

melatonin and hours

for content in the body of the message and leave the
other boxes empty then click open the results that
look promising till you get the right ones:

You can use those two approaches together because they
work in separate ways that have additive effects. That is
also in the archives for you.

-- Moderator]


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