So it's been just over a month since Jordan had his last not eating incident. It was due to a spike in his blood calcium. He's been eating well (2 3oz cans of food a day & some times a little dry food). His meds are now as follows 5 mg of pred 1x a day 500 mg of L-Lysine 1x a day & another med for his tummy 2 x a day. No more lactulose YEAH The new med makes that less necessary. His blood calcium was 11.8 last time & it's back down to 11.5 which is still high, but better. The rest of his blood values look good other than his cholesterol is high, but the vet feels that is due to eating a strictly FF. He said that him eating FF is better than him not eating at all. This has been going on around 6 months now & the vet said he really doesn't think it's lymphoma, but can not give him any other diagnosis than idopathic hypercalcimia unless I opt to do a surgeory. So the good news is he is holding strong, the bad news is that I still don't know what is wrong with him.
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12/12/07 at 3:05pm