? Sally AMPS 407, +4.5 237, +9 445 mucousy poo pancreatitis?

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  1. Ter and Sally

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    +4 better. If glucose toxicity is it ICID? Keep adjusting dose if not in good numbers I guess?
     
  3. Wendy&Neko

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    What is ICID?

    For glucose toxicity, you keep increasing as per the dosing method, until you break through.
     
  4. Ter and Sally

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    That's what I thought, thanks. I'm just really questioning everything I do now! ICID is supposed to be ECID; typo I didn't catch!
     
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    I remember high flat numbers can mean pancreatitis flare. I had no evidence to support it. This evening Sally had 2 small mucousy poos an hour apart. That's never happened before. She is fine otherwise. Just about to do PMPS. She has been eating fine. If suspecting pancreatitis what would I do?
     
  6. Wendy&Neko

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    Perhaps talk to the vet to get testing done? Here is a primer on pancreatitis.

    You may need pain and antinausea meds. But sounds like she's eating fine.
     
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    Yes she is eating fine. Ketones negative on urine strip, we test daily.
     
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    She just ate her dinner as normal, wanted to run upstairs to her room to plunk down on the floor like she usually does. No obvious signs of anything unusual, just the high bg's and loose poo. She's due for her next meal in another hour. We were going to give her a different flavor food tonight but with the poo didn't want to change anything. I would have just stayed with the idea of glucose toxicity if it weren't for the loose poo.
     
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    Can the high bg's all this time cause diarrhea? From glucosuria? She's not pu/pd, we 've ben with her all day watching her like hawks.
     
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