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Poor Brodie - Part 1

Posted By: glidrz5

Poor Brodie - Part 1 - 07/15/10 12:59 PM

It started just over a week ago with his nose starting to run again. I put him back on his nose drops and talked to my vet and he was put back on his antibiotics to prevent a sinus flare up. If he got too wheezy I was to give him his prednisone to help with inflamation. Well it didn't work. He is really wheezy this morning, in addition, his nose is slightly swollen and he's opened it up in the same spot he did last winter, he scratched himself next to his eye and had a bloody nose sometime last night. He has a Dr apt for this afternoon unless they can squeeze us in earlier.

On the plus side, he is well groomed with a very fluffy tail and alert ears and no eye boogers.
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 01:35 PM

I sure hope Brodie gets to feelin better soon. hug2
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 01:40 PM

My heart goes out to Brodie dealing with this yet again. Good luck at the vet, keep us posted and give brodie some kisses. hug2
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 01:42 PM

Oh no!!! So sorry to hear this! Hope you can get him feeling better soon! Good luck at the vet - let us know how it goes!
Posted By: Feather

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 01:53 PM

Geez, the little guy sure can't get a break. I hope he feels better fast.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 07:22 PM

Poor baby...hopefully your vet will be able to find the root of the problem and help him effectively. I wish him a fast recovery.
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 10:05 PM

Well, just got back from the vets office. Brodie goes in tomorrow morning for an x-ray. I'm also to make a few slight changes in his medication. We decided that it was in Brodie's best interest to give him his prednisone in 2 doses per day rather than one, so starting tomorrow he'll be getting 1/2 dose in the morning & the other 1/2 in the evening. Hopefully this will give him round the clock help on the inflamation and keep his breathing easier. He is also going to be getting his allergy drops more often through the day/night 3-4 times a day now rather than just twice.
I have to admit that Brodies breathing after getting his prednisone this morning really improved and by this afternoon he was hardly wheezing. Still some nasal discharge, but I haven't yet figured out a way to train him to blow his nose. He's like a little kid & just wipes the drips off on whatever or whoever is handy.
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 10:21 PM

Well, it sounds like good news so far! Sorry he's still dealing with a runny nose and wiping it on you and everything (one) around him, but I am glad to hear he's already wheezing less than he was from the meds! Anxious to hear the update after xrays! Sending thoughts your way!
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 10:49 PM

The prednisone, does an amazing job with helping him breath easier, but it is nasty to take him off of. You have to wean them off otherwise they have rather dramatic withdrawl symptoms.
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/15/10 11:15 PM

Oh no, I had no idea! Yikes...I'm sorry to say I don't know Brodie's history but I can only assume this is something you've done over and over again?
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 12:09 AM

Brodie first got a SEVERE sinus infection last Dec. We have been fighting it off and on ever since. You should have seen my poor baby then, his poor little face was so swollen it was pathetic. Compared to then this is relatively mild, but I'm just paranoid about it getting that bad again.
Posted By: the gliders angel

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 01:11 AM

could it be that you have any plug in air freshners or cleaning agent causing these problems. could it be what u are cleaning the cage with. the cats maybe they are allergic to the cats
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 01:55 AM

I clean the cage with either antibacterial soap (same kind as I've used for years) or with just hot water. No air fresheners, and if it was the kitties it would be constant rather than off & on. I have noticed that when the weather changes it flares up so I think it's more a reaction to that.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 09:07 AM

It makes sense to give Brodie 1/2 dose in the morning & the other 1/2 in the evening. I am hoping he feels better soon! hug2
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 09:21 AM

Me too, poor little guy had a nosebleed last night. It's so frustrating, all I could do was to keep cleaning him up and give him some torb so his head wouldn't hurt. You have to know Brodie to appreciate this, but he pretty much ignored the nose bleed and decided to run on his wheel and just snort every so often to clear his airway....go figure.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 09:42 AM

You are such a good mommy to him, it is not easy when the kids are not feeling well. Give him extra kisses for me.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 11:16 AM

Prayers coming your way for Brodie hug2

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Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 11:46 AM

Awwwwww, he sounds just like a little kid, continuing to play even though he feels crummy! I'm so sorry for him....hugs and kisses to him! Poor sweet little thing.
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 01:23 PM

That he's playing is a good sign tho cause if he was feeling terrible he wouldn't so that means what you're doing is helping him. Hang in there Chris this too shall pass. hug2
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 03:40 PM

I just got back from the vets with Brodie. The X-Rays didn't have good news. There is some separation in the bones of his face and this generally means there is some kind of a mass growing in there. cry Per my vet, I am to keep him on antibiotics to prevent any secondary infections and to continue the prednisone indefinately. Our concern at this point is keeping my little guy comfortable.
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 03:54 PM

Well that visit just made me a lier. LOL Does your vet have any idea what he's gonna do about the mass?
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 03:55 PM

Due to the area that it is in, he didn't seem confidant that there was anything we could do at this point other than make Brodie comfortable.
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 04:09 PM

Poor baby! I'm sorry you're having to go thru this again.
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/16/10 11:53 PM

Chris...I'm sorry to hear about the xrays. :-( I don't know what else to say. Hoping for the best...please update us when you know more!!
Posted By: Feather

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 02:29 AM

Chris,

I am sorry to hear the the xrays didn't show good news. I will keep little Brodie in my prayers. Please keep us posted.
Posted By: the gliders angel

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 05:39 AM

believe it or not miracles do happen. I know God can do miracles and heal brodie completely.
Posted By: SugarBlossoms

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 05:46 AM

I am praying for Brodie. HUGS Chris!
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 10:32 AM

I took some pictures of Brodie last night that I thought I'd share. My little man had a good night. He was breathing well, he ate well and he played in his wheel and in his playhouse. If you look at the closeup, you can see the swelling on the right side of his face (the left side of the picture since he's looking at you) It also makes his nose look "off" like it is set at the wrong angle.

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Attached picture Brodie in his play house eating a yoggie cropped.JPG
Attached picture Brodie in his play house eating a yoggie.JPG
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 12:17 PM

Originally Posted By: the gliders angel
believe it or not miracles do happen.I know God can do miracles and heal brodie completely.


agree
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 02:47 PM

Well I got the x-rays from my vet and I have to admit that I can't see anything. Of course it could be that I have NO idea of what I should be looking for. Anyway, here they are.

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Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 02:48 PM

He's adorable. I just wanna pick him up and give him a great, big hug!!!! Poor little thing...I hate that he's not feeling well.
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 03:15 PM

Wow did you notice the length of his bottom teeth?
Off topic: Chris you know I'm gonna ask if I can use Brodie's story, photos, and xrays in my pp right?
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 04:40 PM

I am so sorry to read today about Brodie regarding the mass found. Lots of prayers from SA to the little guy. hug2
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/17/10 11:56 PM

yes Elena, you may use Brodies current story and pictures. I know I had sent his sinus infection story to you to use also.
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/18/10 01:20 AM

Thank you. How is he today?
Posted By: the gliders angel

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/18/10 02:43 AM

i dont see anything either i would get a second opinion. is this an xotic vet
Posted By: LSardou

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/19/10 11:56 AM

From what I can see, there's seems to be a moderate amount of STS (soft tissue swelling) within the nasal cavity protruding up along the posterior wall. I do not see any indication of a fracture. Although, based on some of your descriptions of excessive head shaking and banging into things, most of this swelling can be tissue/bone bruising which also can give a mass like appearance.

From the photos, the swelling and drainage does appear to be relative to a dense mass indicating a possible infection in correlation to the radio-graphs. It's more prominent on the right side with minimal collection of fluid on the left.

I'm so sorry that your precious little baby is still having issues Chris. My prayers are constantly there for you and Brodie. hug2

Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/19/10 12:16 PM

Linda, I pray that the "mass like appearance" is bone/tissue bruising from Brodie's overagressive shaking of his head to get the medicine taste out of his mouth rather than some kind of nasal tumor.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/19/10 01:12 PM

I also pray that this is not a tumor, thinking of Brodie. hug2
Posted By: the gliders angel

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/19/10 04:32 PM

i dont think its a tumor at all i think its a bacteria that just needs the correct med
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 12:15 PM

How is Brodie doing? Still thinking of the strong little trooper.
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 12:58 PM

Baby Bear (Brodie's nickname) is doing well. His sniffles have all but stopped and he is alert, eating well, bright eyed, bushy tailed and thoroughly enjoying his magnet therapy.
Posted By: Laurens_Babies

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 01:17 PM

Great news Chris!!! HUGS!
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 01:20 PM

clap I am so happy to hear this! clap That is great news Chris! hug2
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 01:35 PM

Excellent news, Chris! Yayyyy! clap jump
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 01:39 PM

YAY! Awesome news!
Posted By: SugarPaws

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 04:04 PM

Thats Great News! smile
Posted By: LSardou

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/21/10 11:02 PM

Originally Posted By: glidrz5
Baby Bear (Brodie's nickname) is doing well. His sniffles have all but stopped and he is alert, eating well, bright eyed, bushy tailed and thoroughly enjoying his magnet therapy.


clap clap clap WONDERFUL NEWS Chris! Continue with the treatment for at least three more days.
Posted By: Dancing

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 02:44 AM

Chris called me earlier today (and said I could post but I forgot to).

Brodie does NOT have a tumor. It is either an abcess or cyst and it ruptured today! This sounds bad but is actually good. Now it is open and can drain. He is on antibiotics and is having ointment put on the wound. Now it is a matter of kicking the infection and it healing.

Linda, she did say she feels the magnets played a big role in helping it to surface and pop and said THANK YOU.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 02:48 AM

WOW that is super great news!!!!
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 03:10 AM

Yes Brodies nose "popped" LOL. After his magnet therapy, I noticed that he had opened the spot on his nose where his abscess had drained previously. I went to put antibiotic ointment on it and it spit out some condensed puss....kind of like a pimple popping. I was able to get 2 decent sized amounts out and a few smaller amounts.

I was hoping to get more out tonight after his magnet therapy, but it didn't cooperate.
Posted By: Feather

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 03:11 AM

Woo Hoo that is great news!
Posted By: DirtyPaws

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 03:18 AM

Just amazing! So glad to hear this!

Chris you must be feeling better about this ~ your babies sure have kept you busy nursing them. mlove

hug2
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 03:53 AM

Very cool! Now on to some serious healing Brodie my man.
Posted By: sugarlope

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 05:31 PM

I am so glad to hear that it isn't a tumor, Chris! hug2 I hope the infection starts clearing up now that it's draining!
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/24/10 05:35 PM

Only a healthy and happy recovery from now on is our wish for Brodie! hug2
Posted By: the gliders angel

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/25/10 02:05 AM

great news can you collect what came out of it and have a culture done on it that would be best
Posted By: SariYappa

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/25/10 02:36 AM

Wow, what a story! I hope he continues to do his best to make Mommy proud of him! wink

hug2
Posted By: Xfilefan

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/25/10 02:45 AM

Chris, you know after Riker and his facial issues I was skeptical of a mass/tumor...his (Riker's) infection literally made his head bones look deformed on Xray until we finally got the right meds combo for him (6 months in)...once the infection began to clear, it didn't diffuse and scatter the Xrays and so they looked normal again. Of course, I'm biased with your guys and don't want to believe the worst anyhow, lol. I think once the infection drains and clears you'll get a much more normal looking Xray...dense infection can do funny things on films.

If you don't mind...I'm going to post Riker's Xrays from that time here...to show how dramatic a difference an infection can make and reinforce little Brodie's good chances smile You already know I'm really happy for you guys! thumb

Note that this was way before his thyroid meds, and yes, he was a chunk, lol. ohwell


Description: This is the full xray with the abnormal results...the next one is cropped normal of just his head
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Description: Normal
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Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/25/10 12:20 PM

I appreciate all the support from everyone through the ups and downs and back ups now. Brodie is continuing to do well and I've gotten pus out several times. Most of it is kinda stiff, more like what would come out of a cyst rather than gooey draining pus (yes I know....ewwwww). Unfortunately since baby bear has been on antibiotics for nearly 2 weeks it wouldn't do any good to collect a sample to be tested.
I talked with my vet yesterday and he did the happy dance when I told him Brodie had pus coming out of his nose LOL Brodie is a favorite of everyone at the vet's office and no one wanted to think that he had a mass growing in his face. Anyway, Dr Kaiser immediately got the 3rd antibiotic (the one we didn't think we needed) ready for me to pick up and Brodie started on it yesterday.
I am also continuing Brodie's magnet therapy. It has gotten easier to go in 2 directions at once....tho I never thought I'd get the hang of it when Linda first told me to do it that way. Brodie LOVES his therapy. He was all bouncy last night when I got him out. I laid him on my stomach and covered him with my shirt to keep him in place. Well after about 3 rotations I didn't have to worry about him wanting to move. He was totally zoned out and enjoying himself. Even having magnets whiz by his half opened eyes or brushing his ears doesn't faze him.
Posted By: suggiemom1980

Re: Poor Brodie - 07/25/10 01:09 PM

Chris, I can imagine how relieved you are and I am so happy for you both!!!!

Way to go, Brodie! Keep healing, little guy!
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 04:12 AM

Well for the last few days, Brodies nose has been swelling up again.....It looked like the abscess he has there was filling up and getting ready to open and drain. But it WASN'T draining! Then about 10 am this morning he came out of his pouch and sat there sneezing and wheezing. I went over to check on him and he had blood running from his nostrils, blood around his eye and blood on the top of his nose. In addition he was breathing very heavy through his mouth. So I called the vet and they had me bring him right in.

Dr Kaiser opened the opening on his nose more and was able to get some of the infection out and had taken it to the back to prepare for culture (and to send off) when Brodie sneezed and OMG a popcorn kernal size wad of cottage cheese looking pus came out the top of his nose! I called Dr Kaiser back so he could get it to sample also. The larger the sample to send in, the better to get an accurate culture of what's going on. Once it was out, Brodies breathing eased and he perked right up. I can totally understand why. If that had been on us it probably would have been something at least ping pong ball to baseball size in our nose!

The culture from the sample we are sending off will not only tell us what antibiotic to use but will tell us if the source of the infection in his nose is a growth (cancerous as Dr Kaiser fears) or simply an abscess that refuses to die.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 04:18 AM

Oh, I am sending well wishes to Brodie. hug2
Posted By: SugarBlossoms

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 04:41 AM

I am praying for Brodie Chris! Get well soon Brodie!!!
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 04:58 AM

Chris, so sorry about the setback...thinking of you and Brodie... big hug2
Posted By: Cora

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 05:47 AM

((((HUGS))))
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 08:57 AM

Poor Brodie, I am thinking of you Chris and Brodie. hug2

When do you expect the results of the culture?

Sending lots and lots of prayers and hugs to you and Brodie. hug2 hug2
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 11:47 AM

Dr Kaiser is hoping to have the results back by the middle of next week and will call me then. Brodie had a good night and is obviously feeling MUCH better after getting that crud out of his face.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 11:53 AM

I am glad it is out though and that he is feeling better. Hopefully they find something in the culture and will be able to help the little guy and fix it for good.
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 12:46 PM

That would be so AWSOME! It hurts when my baby hurts and I feel so helpless that I can't make it all better.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 01:08 PM

I am so sorry for everything Brodie is going through Chirs, I am sending prayers his way and praying that it is only and infection.
Posted By: suggiemom1980

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 01:08 PM

Sending lots of prayers for Brodie! Thank goodness he sneezed when he did. I'm sure he felt TONS better and gave the doc more to work with!

Keep us updated!
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 02:24 PM

I'm glad he sneezed too....tho it was rather disturbing to see it come out the TOP of his nose rather than his nostrils......that abscess has definately created a hole into his sinus cavity from the outside.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 02:42 PM

frown
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 04:19 PM

I'd suspected that it had done so before, but it was pretty definate this time, and the vet agreed.....the big tell was when Brodie was breathing through the top of his nose like a dolphin since his nostrils were still stuffed up at that moment. It should heal up fine, but he'll always have a weakness in that area now.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 04:30 PM

Hugs to the both of you for being so strong! hug2
Posted By: Feather

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/06/10 08:07 PM

I hope you are able to get some answers with the samples the vet was able to get. Poor little Brodie.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 10:45 AM

Any news on the cultures? How is Brodie doing?
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 12:10 PM

Brodie is doing well. His nose continues to stay "deflated" so hopefully we got most of the crud out. He is also breathing easier and is perky and alert. The only other "crisis" we had was when my new little baby Illusion fussed at him and scared him into hiding his face (he is such a momma's boy) Tho maybe he was trying to boost her confidance by letting her feel in charge?
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 12:45 PM

Cheeky little thing, you tell Brodie she don't need to feel in charge, she already seems to think she is in charge. LOL

Get well Brodie, thinking of you. hug2
Posted By: Kryssidog

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 03:03 PM

Awe he is such a cute little guy.
Keep up the good work Brodie!
Thank goodness for wonderful mommies.
Prayers sent for continued healing.
Posted By: suggiemom1980

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 03:24 PM

Still sending lots of prayers and best wishes for Brodie. Keep healing, little guy!!!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 04:38 PM

Its good to hear Brodie is healing smile
Posted By: hpyhwn2003

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 05:34 PM

Still thinking of you and Brodie.
Posted By: SugarBlossoms

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/10/10 07:52 PM

((((HUGS))))
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/13/10 09:15 AM

Thinking about Brodie today and wondering how he is doing?
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/13/10 12:06 PM

I'm taking my cats to the vet this morning for their yearly checkup and will grill him about Brodies culture while I'm there. HOpefully he'll have some information.

However, Brodie is continuing to do well. The swelling remains down and he is active, alert and eating well.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/13/10 12:11 PM

Thank you for the update, glad to hear Brodie is active, alert and eating well! Hoping that they find something to work on in the culture.
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/13/10 01:59 PM

Dr Jodie gave the kitties their exams today rather than Dr Kaiser. she did look to see if Brodies test results were in, but didn't see anything, so it doesn't appear that they are back yet.
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/13/10 02:03 PM

crazy We will have to wait patiently.
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/16/10 03:28 PM

Poor baby is all stuffy again and his eye is watering.....whatever he's allergic to must be in bloom right now.
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/16/10 03:43 PM

Awwwwwww, poor little thing. hug2 Brodie!!!
Posted By: suggiemom1980

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/16/10 04:53 PM

Oh, poor baby! Isn't there an allergy medicine he can take?
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/16/10 05:03 PM

The little guy is in our thoughts constantly, get well Brodie. hug2
Posted By: Sherri

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/16/10 06:48 PM

Many hugs and prayers for Brodie!
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/17/10 12:48 AM

Connie, he does have an allergy medicine that he takes most days. When his allergies flare up I have permission to increase them and give them more often as well as giving benadryl. After a few doses, Brodie is doing much better, tho he is still a bit stuffy.
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/17/10 12:52 AM

Brodie is so lucky to have you, Chris! laugh
Posted By: glidrz5

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/18/10 03:08 PM

The lab results came back on Brodie's pus......they didn't see any sign of cancer cells in the tissue sent. For some reason it wasn't cultured, not sure why maybe if you have to prepare it for cancer screening they can't culture for bacteria.....who knows. Anyway Dr Kaiser wanted to try to get another sample to culture, but Brodie wasn't cooperating. He is still stuffy, but he is not swollen and had no pus to offer up to the "culture deities".
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/18/10 03:19 PM

Yay for the cancer being negative! clap

I was really hoping they would be able to find what was going on though. frown
Posted By: DCMuffin

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/18/10 03:36 PM

I second the Yay for no cancer! clap
Posted By: the gliders angel

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/19/10 05:26 AM

you just need to find the right med for him to end this problem
Posted By: Gizmogirl

Re: Poor Brodie - 08/20/10 11:18 AM

See Part 2 here
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