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Why Could my dog be limping December 4th 2012 12:34
Aspirin is sometimes pescrribed for dogs, but I wouldn't recommend it in a 17year old dog who has not been seen by a Vet. Arthritis doesn't suddenly show up it is a progressive disease. If you haven't seen signs of arthritis in your dog previously, I wouldn't just assume that that's what he has.There are numerous reasons why a dog could be limping. If the limp doesn't go away after a day or two rest, then the dog needs to be seen by a Vet.It's very likely that regardless of the cause, your dog will need some sort of pain med. There are numerous safe and well studied meds designed just for dogs, and your Vet can prescribe one for him. These meds can not be given with other pain meds or steriods, so giving your dog aspirin at home will delay the start of these medications. Also, if you give your dog aspirin it can mask the dog's symptoms of pain and make it more difficult for the Vet to determine where or what the problem is.Bottom line: call the Vet and set up an appointment. A
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Why Could my breast hurt December 4th 2012 03:15
If you have any of the following sopytmms you may take it granted that you may have Breast cancer subject to checking and confirmation by an Oncologist duly conducting tests like Mammogram etc.Knowing the signs and sopytmms of Breast cancer may help save your life. When the disease is discovered early, you have more treatment options and a better chance for a cure.Most Breast lumps aren't cancerous. Yet the most common sign of Breast cancer for both men and women is a lump or thickening in the Breast. Often, the lump is painless. Other potential signs of Breast cancer include:A spontaneous clear or bloody discharge from your nipple, often associated with a Breast lumpRetraction or indentation of your BreastA change in the size or contours of your BreastAny flattening or indentation of the skin over your BreastRedness or pitting of the skin over your breast, like the skin of an orangeA number of conditions other than Breast cancer can cause your Breasts to change in size or feel. Breast
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