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SashasMum
09:26:25 Thu
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Ok, now please do not let on to Sasha that I am talking about her like this - she would be mortified!!

I have noticed, since she was spayed that she has been having a lot of gunk coming out of her "bits" for want of a better word!! She also has a lot of little accidents - so I think we are on to the propalin soon enough, although saying that, it hasn't happened for a while now.

Anyway, this gunk is green and often sticky and I will find it on "her" cushions sometimes. A couple of times I have just thought she has leaked but when I come to clear it up - it wont dab off!

Talking to her sister's mum, she said that Cassie had same thing and that it was called vaginitus. Her's cleared up after she was spayed though? She said that the vet gave her some tablets, but it hadn't really helped out at all and that it would come and go and eventually sort itself out?

Any other girls out there with the same problem and if so, what did you do to avoid green smears on your sofa cushions!! (I have tried telling her she can't come up but funnily enough - it doesnt work!!)



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jacquie
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Hi Karen
I have had the leaking but not the green gunk! It sounds like a wee infection. The V word springs to mind LOL



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Katiesnowflake
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Hi Karen
Vaginitis definitely wont go away after they are speyed. I was under that mistaken impression as well so hey, what a shock I got when a couple months later it came back. It wont sort itself out either. It is something that comes and goes. Rosie suffers from it.

Best thing to do is to wash her daily - I use non scented baby wipes although the vet recommends a weak saline solution. Also use Caneasten in the area. I do have to agree with Jacqui though, green does sound like an infection. Rosie's discharge would be brownish.

If she can tolerate it, natural bio yogurt helps. Couple desertspoons a day. Unfortunately Rosie has a dairy allergy and it does not agree.:sad:

Add a teasp of honey into her food. Mine like it and slurp it happily off a spoon as a special treat.

I found that when I put Rosie onto an exclusion diet - She gets Wafcol Salmon + potato dry diet plus the teasp honey a day, it is very well controlled [touch wood].

Usally though if they are marking the furniture etc they need a course of antibiotics which will clear it up. However prevention is better than cure.

Its like everything else- its a "woman's" complaint - dont men have it easy!!!!!

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Quite right to Helen, I should hope we do have it easy - after all we have to tolerate womens problems, mood swings and the fact that we talk different languages!!

Now all I have to do is sit back and wait for a barrage of abuse from you all!! Which button to press next or as I say to Lynne often it is like going fishing - just cast your bait and wait for lynne to take it and then reel her in!! Yes I am afraid I am a total wind up merchant.

Anyway back to the thread = Tash has had similair problems since being speyed Karen, the propalin does work and helps reduce dripping or leakage whilst she sleeps although she still has the odd accident especially when she is drinking a lot (at the moment due to the heat) we had a little accident to clean up this morning unfortunately!!

Molly did suffer with green gunk after being speyed but I am happy to say she has since been ok (over 12 months since last seen).

I have to say I resent the stereo typing - men have it easy in between changing nappies, feeding, washing, cooking, ironing, cleaning, entertaining the kids etc, holding down a full time job and looking after the dogs that not all men are the same. Whilst I do not solely undertake all the tasks listed generally Lynne and I share the work load. See we are not all male chauvinists!! Now what's this upright thing that makes a terrible dinn - ah yes a dyson, whats one of them how does it work? What is the purpose of it? Ha ha Ha - only joking I love my Dyson.

Have I told you about our new Tefal steam generator iron - believe me when I say their is a God. It literally devours ironing, even a bloke can appreciate the finer points of a constant steam pressure of 120gm and a boost pressure of 150gm (normall iron = 20gm steam) - be gone yonder evil creases my Tefal turbo express steam generator iron will send you back to the depths of hell and then some!!!!!!

Aaaaaaaahhhhhh must Iron, show me your laundry basket for I fear thee not!!!

Oh and then their is our tefal pro ironing board which is the muts nuts - so to speak, basically it has a ventilated base and is high enough for me not to get shoulder and neck ache.
I could go on but the beater blockers are starting to kick in now......................

Their coming to take me away aha, their coming to take me away aha.............

Paul




  
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Good grief - someone give that man valium!!

I am with you on the stereotyping Paul - my hubby is a gem around the house and I swear he has more oestrogen floating round him than I do!! Bless him!

Thanks for all the tips on the green gunk! I do try and catch her when I see her leaking, but why is it they sit down as soon as they see you heading towards them with kleenex in hand!!

As for the little accidents, they are not too serious just now and I want to keep her off the propalin for as long as poss. I have increased her dose of Evening Primrose and that does seem to have helped a wee bit (pardon the pun!!)



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Katiesnowflake
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Apologies Paul - I stand corrected.

Actually you sound a real gem, maybe in Wales boys/men are brought up to share. Irish men - they are spoilt rotten by their mothers and their wives seem to fall into the same mould.

I dont suppose you have an eligible single male older relative by any chance!!!!!!!!!!!!:jump:

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Paul. That is "Techno Babble" speak English please.
Are you ex-forces?

  
kerrigan
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Joe & I share all household duties i do about 25% :lol:he does the rest, l i was married years ago and did all the running about so I made sure when I married Joe he knew I would not being doing it all that again:nonono:, anyway joe is much more house proud than me:loveya:

  
jacquie
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what can I say............... hahaha alot (not like me I know)
My house is full of men! 21, 17, 14 and Derek. All the boys do there own washing and ironing. I'm a hard woman LOl. They can all cook and take turns to clean the bathroom, hall, living room and kitchen.
It used to be I did it all until I had my disc removed now they have to help as it's all too much for me. Sob sob O'h how I miss it all:nonono:
Anyway I think it's good for boys to help on the domestic front, they appreciate how hard it actually is to "do everything" My daughter helps make her own hot chocolate, helps me cook and bless tryes to wash the floor only we tend to end up with more water on the floor than in the bucket! It makes for a fun house though.
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Karen sorry rambled on a wee bit (Paul gave me some of his pills) How is Sasha? If she's still dribbleing take her to the vet. She will get some antibiotics, then put her on some natural yougurt, it will help her emune system re charge its self.



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No green gunk for a few days now and no puddles either. I am wondering if the extra dose of evening primrose has worked. I have also taken her off the antihistimines for a while as all the spots on her head and back have gone. She just continues with this patch under her neck which I am working on - once I can find some shampoo!

On the point of children doing chores, my poor son (14) has to do more than his fair share! When hubby is away he takes on most of his duties including putting bins out, poop scooping and mowing the lawn! Like you say Jacquie, doesnt do them any harm and I think it's very important that boys especially learn to do work around the house and that it's not just a female role!

I don't know if I could cope with that much testosterone in the house Jacquie - you definitely need to balance that out with some more girly stuff .................. that's where Katie would come in perfectly!!! :wink:



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kerrigan
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You should try my lot out too 42, 24, 17,17 all men, Bonnie & I are the only girls, 2 teenagers arhhh, I must be a glutton because one of the 17yrs old is my sons friend who needed somewhere to live- i could`nt say no, he has been here a year now.

  
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Glutton for punishment! Im not just a glutton heehee

  
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I will keep my eyes peeled Karen for any suitable single men for you, although I will have to ensure they are adept at all household chores and prepared to move to Ireland!!

No offence taken by the way.

Paul

  
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Sorry last message intended for Helen not Karen - ooops sorry Karen!!!

  
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Well Jill basically to cut through the techno babble a steam generator produces lots of steam at 4 times atmospheric pressure, which believe you and me as a good thing when it comes to ironing!!

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I dont mind you sending any young single men my way Paul!!! Hubby might have something to say about it though! He he he




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I thought he might have something to say about it Karen!

I suppose you would have to weigh up the pros and con's though imagine if said welsh bloke had the body of a greek god, the looks of your favourite movie star, was a domestic god, knew his place, was well educated, an excellent conversationalist and had enough disposable income to ensure your every whim was met - hubby might have some competition.

The chances of finding a welsh bloke to fit the above description are very slim I have to warn you!!! So for now Hubby will have to do you.

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Ahh but you see, hubby does fit that description :wink:

Well up to the disposable income bit anyway :ohwell:



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Well basically the advice I would give is to hang on in their because I can honestly say the chances of bettering him are probably very slim!!

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All better now as far as the green gunk goes and no accidents in ages now. I think the increase in the evening primrose did the trick. She now has 3 x 1300 a day which seems to be a good level for her - I hope that isn't excessive?

I have completely stopped the antihistimine and, since then her skin has continued to improve. The "acne" on the top of her head has cleared up and the rash on her neck seems to have lessened to. Even the dry & patchy skin under her neck appears to be improving!! I dont think I will ever stop the Primrose - seems to be a miracle drug!!

Only thing we have noticed and I dont know if anyone out there has had same thing .................. we put a weed and feed treatment on the lawn the other day. A dry one that is supposedly harmless to dogs etc, but we have noticed that Sasha has a few spots on her belly area. Anyone ever noticed or is no-one else as fussy with their lawn as me!!!! Luckily (being Scotland) it has rained for the last week so I think it has all been washed in now, so hopefully her spots will clear up now.



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