Hi there! Just wanted to say that I really found the information on this site helpful, especially the novel treatment resources. I bought a bottle of Nattokinase like one of the resources suggested to help my late girl dissolve what we believed to be a clot earlier this year. In 2016, we think she suffered from Saddle Thrombus, which her body dissolved the clot all on it's own and healed with pain medication only.
I love all of the resources and success stories, it really gives us so much hope that our fur babies can survive these nasty blood clots!
That's encouraging. All I hear from the vets are to put the animal down. FATE
17 year old female Siamese Cat exhibiting symptoms of saddle thrombosis. Rear legs paralysis. Vet contributes to hyperthyroidism. Vet has me administering methimazole gel to inside ear flap, also Gabapentin for pain. Stopped administering Gabapentin as cat becomes groogy and doesn't appear to be in pain.
I have been dissolving a 2000 FUs Nattokinase capsule in a solution (water) or chicken broth with a little Rutin. Administer orally with 1 ml syringe. I have been doing this for 3 week with no results.. Please advise on correct dosage. How long does the Nattokinase administration take to notice results, realizing that results are subjective and may vary.
Please send an email to email@example.com so we can share with you exactly what has worked for cats so far, thanks.
I hope you see this. Cats who have recovered well were given about 1500mg per day or 30,000 FU of Nattokinase. So, you need to be giving much more than you have to see an improvement. Try not to dilute it too much in water, but placing it in wet food such as ground up skipjack tuna mixed with a bit of water to form a slurry is a good idea. Please keep us posted and be sure to have your vet check your kitty’s lungs to make sure no fluid is accumulating in the lungs as congestive heart failure from the HCM.
Please let us know what has worked for your cat, if your cat’s clot was able to be dissolved and they regained circulation.We're here for support. If your cat is suffering from a blood clot and you need support or advice, leave a comment.
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