1. Worms

Worms

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Worms
Overall:

Worms is a complaint comprised of parasites taking up residence in the gut of the cat. In moderate to severe cases the worms will become visible in the stool of the patient. In milder cases the loss of condition and a growing abdomen are the only outward sign of the infection.

Notes:

This condition is contagious through contact with feces.
This condition is potentially fatal if left untreated.

Related Herbs: Ginger, Parsley, Red Dock, Tansy, Thyme, Yellow Dock,
Related Symptoms: Nausea,
Mild Cases
Details:
Duration: 1 to 2 days following treatment
Treatment:

Dose the patient with an appropriate herb

Residual Effects:

An extremely small chance of repeat infection

Complications:

None

Moderate Cases
Details:
Duration: 3-5 days following initial treatment with follow-up treatment
Treatment:

Dose the patient with herbs for 2 to 3 days running (or until worms are no longer in evidence in the stool of the patient)

Residual Effects:

Repeat infection is possible, but unlikely

Complications:

There is a small possibility of blockage of the bowel

Severe Cases
Details:
Duration: A Quarter Moon or more following initial treatment with follow-up treatment
Treatment:

Dose the patient with herbs for 3 to 5 days running (or until worms are no longer in evidence in the stool of the patient)

Residual Effects:

Repeat infection is likely

Complications:

Their is a strong possibility of blockage of the bowel or additional ailments setting in due to the low condition a severe infection brings