? Dental cleaning for Kit. Is a dental issue hindering progress?

Discussion in 'Prozinc / PZI' started by JOJI and Kit, May 19, 2020.

  1. JOJI and Kit

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    hmmm, changed the prev link title on native thread and the permalink w title embedded still links back .... not sure if that's a feature, a bug, or my cache tricking me. anyway, lmk. ^jw
     
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    Kit still isn't doing well on her insulin.
    You should see SOME movement in the BG levels by tomorrow night 5/20/20 I'd think.
     
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    hope so. we have a fresh vial of prozinc that we'll start in the morning.
    to say we are at a loss would be an understatement ...
    ^jw
     
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    20 may 2020

    312 AMPS pink
    325 @2 pink
    310 @4 pink
    285 @6 yellow
    248 @7.5 yellow
    266 @9.5 yellow
    234 PMPS yellow
     
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    Yellow, sunny yellow, we love yellow better than PINK!

    With that string of yellows, Kit may be breaking the bounce. Be sure to test at +2 tonight, to see if her BG levels are going to take a dive, dive, dive to the blues and greens. To be on the safe side, test please.
     
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    We are going to discuss a teeth cleaning with our vet. Kit is 6 and has never had dental work. Her BG numbers have been consistently high even with increased dosages and we are looking at what could be underlying. Any inputs greatly appreciated!
     
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    Brady has a little tartar on his teeth, I too asked my vet about it.....She wasn't very concerned about his teeth at this point...She said she didn't want to use anesthesia on him for something that didnt really need to be done. She said if his teeth were really bad or she felt that its hurting his care, that would be another story, but didnt feel it was worth the risks of putting him under for teeth cleaning....Thats just my vet and at this stage I have to trust her.
     
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