Also, her poop size is small. While, it's not normal, it's okay, since she's on a recovery route, right?
I'll have to continue with the dosage of milk of magnesia and hope for the best, I guess. Too frequent change of medicine won't do her any good.
She's already on meds and I don't want to feed her vitamin C tabs. Any vegetable that'll naturally give her vitamin C?
Again, thank you so much for all the help you are giving. Couldn't have come this far without your help.
I'll continue with simethicone and probiotic in the meantime. Will administer pain killers from time to time.
I realised that you'd already given the information. She got the first dose of Reglan yesterday at 10 in the night. 1 mg, as written.
Should I use Buscopan as a pain reliever? She's quite visibly in a lot of pain. I read on the forum that a 10 mg tablet dissolved in 1.5 ml water does the trick.
Should I try olive oil as well?
**Edit - How effective is gripe water in these cases?
- And got the T-shirt
I have a 1300 mg pig that's on 1.2 mg of Metacam (another name for Meloxicam) daily for arthritis. That works out to roughly 1 mg per kilogram, which is significantly higher than the dose you mentioned.
I also think dosing twice daily works better, so usually split the dose in half, once in the morning, once in the evening.
As far as I know, there's no problem with giving those meds at the same time.
I know leafy greens are bad for her right now. So I've taken them off her diet. I have taken her off other veggies too. But, she really seems to be missing her tomatoes. Are cucumber, tomatoes and carrots safe for her? Can I feed them in extremely small quantities?