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after care of pyometra

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 7 April 2007 02:59AM | viewed 4947 times
Q Abril asks:

Hello my dog Seven is one year 5 months old. This past Monday she had an emergency spay because of pyometra, she's been in the hospital all week; today is Friday and she still has a fever. They changed her medicine to see if it will make the fever go down but it hasn't , what is happening to my dog , is she going to make it?

Q Our vet says: I am sorry to hear about your dog. Pyometra is a very serious and potentially life-threatening condition. It is an infection of the uterus (womb) and this is why your vet had to spay your dog. Sometimes the infection can get into the blood and cause very serious problems. It sounds as if your vet is doing everything possible for your dog. I am not able to say what the outcome will be, but I do hope she gets better.

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