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Well, after a few itch free weeks of multiple antibiotics and Prednisone, Cherry is beginning to itch again. It was so nice seeing her happy and healthy and not in sweaters and cones 24/7. Came home today and her mouth is a little red from itching and she's got a couple of her nipples red. So...it is coming on again. It isn't bad, she's only itched a couple times and licked a couple times. But I can tell it won't be long before it is back. I'm tired of the "it is allergies" routine. It has to be something more than that. If it was atopy, the Atopica would still be working and it isn't. She's been on Doxepin almost 2 months now (I think) and I can't tell if it is helping because she was doing so good because of the steroids. After all these antibiotics and constant immuno-suppressant drugs for years, I don't know how she is functioning. She's like a walking secondary infection all the time.
I can't keep her on steroids, with her immune system already being suppressed with the Atopica, it isn't healthy for her. And steroids is the only thing that works to relieve the symptoms. Read over the Nzyme website and she has all the symptoms and it definitely makes sense that the yeast just keeps coming back over and over BECAUSE of the meds.
Anyone have any experience with the kit? We already spend $200 on meds and months plus her 2 insurance/wellness plans and premium food, etc so I'm apprehensive about dropping that much money on something that could be a gimmick.
I couldn't find the ingredients anywhere either.....I don't want it to be like Missing Link or those other crappy ingredient filled "supplement" plans. She's already on Acana Pacifica but it does have potatoes in it so we'd have to change her food again (based on the website's instructions) so she's used to premium food her whole life. No supplements right now because we need to slowly introduce them back to her so she doesn't become an itch fest because of them.
I'm really worried she's going to get bad again. I want to stop it before it gets horrible.