What is the INCONTINENCE AFTER SURGERY remedy?
The INCONTINENCE AFTER SURGERY remedy speeds up healing of vessels and tissues after anesthesia, and reduces the risk of urinary incontinence which can occur following surgery in animals.
Who is this remedy suitable for?
- All animals suffering from incontinence following surgery.
- This remedy can be used safely for all animals (cats, dogs, rabbits, horses, etc.).
How to administer the remedy?
Precautions for use: Shake well before use. Respect the dosage.
- 1 spray every day, in water or directly in the mouth. **Stop when symptoms disappear. Not for prevention.
- 30ml spray bottle.
Please follow the above dosages and instructions or as directed by one of our Health Advisors.
Arnica, staphysagria, calendula, bladder, bladder sphincter.
Essential oils can negate the effect of homeopathic remedies.
Keep the remedies cool.
What is urinary incontinence after surgery in animals?
Urinary incontinence that occurs after surgery results in involuntary urine loss, most often caused by weakness of the internal sphincter of the urinary tract. Weakness of the internal urethra generally occurs more frequently in female dogs, between 2 and 3 years after they were sterilized.
Before talking about urinary incontinence that occurs as a result of a surgical operation, we will make sure that it’s not a problem of cleanliness, and rule out other causes that can lead to incontinence in animals but which does not result from surgery: the animal's age, a congenital malformation of its urinary tract (e.g. ectopic ureter), or a neurological condition that can hinder the proper functioning of the muscles of the urinary tract.
What are the symptoms of urinary incontinence after surgery in animals?
- Urine loss – continuous stream
- Urine loss – dripping
Urine loss occurs especially when the animal is lying down or when it’s excited.