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    Some years ago, I rescued a mix. She later proved HW+, was treated. When she completed the HW regimem, was declared negative, she was offerd for adoption for one week. I adopted her myself. Later, she started having seizures. I described her episodes to vet, they were too irregular for phenobarbital. Her seizures lately have become more pronounced, she has a longer recovery period, and I have received new guidelines from vet, she doesn’t meet them. Vet and I are now guessing brain tumor ( I am human EMT). Can anything be done to ease the seizures due to a brain tumor?

    Dr. Jeff Feinman

    [quote=Raymond Coyer]Can anything be done to ease the seizures due to a brain tumor?[/quote]

    Definitely, though I wonder whether a brain tumor is truly to blame here. Any confirmatory diagnostic imaging? What about exam/consultation by a neurology specialist?

    Regardless, fresh food feeding, specific vitamins (B-12, E, etc.) and supplements (like dimethylyglycine) have been proven to help a lot. In my practice I would also start constitutional homeopathic prescribing to help reduce the underlying imbalance.

    Good luck, and please keep us informed.

    Dr. Jeff

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