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    Benign conditions which can elevate CEA include smoking, infections, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, and some benign tumors in the same organs in which an elevated CEA indicates cancer.

    September 23 at 11:33 PM view post
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      Piroxicam can be hard on the stomach, to prevent bleeding ulcers my Vet percribed Misoprostal Besides ultrasound of the bladder my Vet Also did the BRAF test to diagnose.                                                                       &nbs...

      September 02 at 2:31 PM view post
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        If you are on Facebook, join the Group Dog Transitional Cell Carcinoma (TCC)  This group is for dogs with TCC to help compare notes, experiences, and procedures for this type of cancer.                             This is a great group with lots of info and experience.

        August 29 at 11:45 AM view post
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          Have you checked Meals on Wheels which is run by the county in which you live.

          April 21 at 4:55 PM view post
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            Sorry to hear about your new diagnosis, my Gyn was 11 when first diagnoised too. All dogs are different some live longer than what the Vets tell you. There is a good Facebook Group      Dog Transitional Cell Carcinoma (TCC) -Bladder Cancer, with lots of info. Make sure you add a stomach protectorant to prevent stomach ulcers caused by Piroxicam and always give it on a full stomach.

            March 10 at 7:53 PM view post
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              Sorry no one has replied to your post. Don`t forget to add a stomach protectorant to prevent stomach ulcers. My Vet perscribed Misoprostal twice a day. Also give Peroxicam on a full stomach. Your diet sounds great. Your girl will feel the need to void more due to the tumor which takes up space and makes them feel full. Lots of dogs live longer than expected while being treated. 

              February 26 at 9:59 PM view post
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                Iwas told the bloody thick discharge with clots is from the tumor shedding. Have you looked into Cranimals I enclosed the link, they worked for my girl.                                       https://petretailworld.com/veterinary-trial-confirms-cranimals-original-uti-supplement-equivalent-antibiotic/

                February 10 at 11:50 PM view post
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                  Glad to hear your Sammie is doing good. I was told the bloody discharge is just the tumor shedding. As long as you have a urine flow you are doing good. Are you giving a stomach protectorant to prevent ulcers from the piroxicam?

                  February 08 at 1:31 AM view post
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                    Make sure you protect stomach from ulcers if you are giving Metacam. Ask your Vet for advice.

                    January 18 at 2:18 AM view post
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                      Sorry to hear about your girl. zis she on any medications? Sometimes you have to be alittle more creative with the foods to get them eating again too.

                      January 09 at 8:16 PM view post
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