What can you give your cat for pain in back leg?
Take them to the vets. It happened to my cat 2 days ago and shes recovering really well
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Some people think that just like other problems, one should also rest or lie down if he is suffering from back pain. In reality, one should move the pain area as much as possi…ble. Moving the pain area helps in getting rid of this problem but it also does not mean to move it for a long period of time. Neither too much rest, nor too much movement is good for lower back pain, left side. www.whatisbackpain.info
I think what you are asking is if leg pain/back pain are early symptoms of conception. Back pain is sometimes experienced right after conception, but the early hormone cha…nges are not typical causes of back pain. Pain in the legs, hips, and back are much more common during later stages of pregnancy for a few reasons including weight changes, moved center of gravity, and hormones.
Rest, Painkillers, are an approach used by some. Most studies show that maintaining a level of gentle activity results in less pain and sooner return to normal than rest. In …addition, ice or heat, depending on the patient's preferences, are equally effective. Gentle stretching exercises can also be helpful for back pain. Painkillers are effective only to the extent that they allow the patient to maintain gentle activity.
If you believe your cat is in pain, your vet will be able to prescribe medication that is safe to give to your cat. Aspirin and any other human medication, no matter how smal…l the amount, should be avoided. Cats are much smaller than humans, so it is incredibly easy to give your cat the wrong amount and cause it to overdose. If you believe your cat is in pain, take it to the vets immediately, where they will prescribe medicine that is completely safe for your cat to take.
No contributor to this site can diagnose illnesses, diseases, pregnancy or suggest medical procedures over the internet, nor is it the purpose of this site for them to do so. …The best that can be offered is general advice which can never be personal to anyone asking a question as we are not aware of all the circumstances. If you are truly worried about your condition then you must seek local medical attention. Pain in your legs could mean a lot of things. If you have burning in your legs it could be neuropothy. You could even still be having growing pains or even restless leg syndrome. You should probably be checked by a doctor to see what exactly the problem is.
No. take it to the vet.
There are a few reasons why a cat's back legs are stiff, from possible infection or an injury. It is highly recommended that the cat is taken to the vet immediately as it coul…d be a symptom of something very serious.
a trip to the vet! and what ever the Vet decides to prescribe for it.
Bring the cat to your vet.
Lumbosacral is pain at the end of the spine on a cat and it cancause them to kick their hind legs. Fleas and their bites may be areason a cat kicks their back legs in pain. Ta…king your cat to thevet will help you find out why you cat is in pain.
What if your male older cat has been having back pain and his back legs twitching and giving out on him he growls in pain what could this be?
The biggest concern I have is a saddle thrombus - a large blood clot that has lodged at the end of the aorta and is blocking blood flow to the hind limbs. If this has occurred…, you should take your cat to the vet immediately.
paracetamol but get it prescribed by vet!
Only give pain medication that has been approved by your veterinarian - call your vet for professional advice .
They do have claws in there hind legs, as in there front legs. You can always search for it on Wikipedia and search "Cat Anatomy".