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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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No - ibuprofen (and all other human pain medications like Tylenol, Aleve, Advil, aspirin, etc) are toxic to cats and even a single pill can be fatal. If you believe your cat i…s in pain, you should schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to have this evaluated.
Pain in the lower back or buttocks that radiates downward on one or both legs is Sciatic (pronounced "sigh-at-ick") nerve pain. It can come on suddenly and generally cau…sed by a compressed nerve pathway. The pain is usually sharp and intense and comes on suddenly. Depending upon what type of activity you were doing when this pain occurred (for example: Were you skiing? Were you rollerblading? Did you jump from a diving board? Did you fall or have an accident of some sort?), you may need to seek medical care promptly. Worsening of the sciatic nerve pain may become incapacitating and leave you unable to walk. Or, sometimes the pain comes and goes, causes minimal pain, and doesn't interfere with your lifestyle. Go to a website like webmd.com to further diagnose your pain and look up a local doctor who can give you more information about the best way to treat your pain.
A cat experiencing pain and swelling can be given natural remedies like apple cider vinegar at home. No medication should be administered to an animal unless prescribed du…e to health risk. No human medication should be given to any animal.
they are seeking attention and it means they are comftable anon x
None of the human pain medications - these are extremely toxic to cats and a single dose can be enough to kill. These medications include Tylenol, Advil, Aleve, Paracetamol, M…otrin, acetominophen, ibuprofen, aspirin and all other common human pain relievers. If you feel your cat would benefit from pain medication, you need to see your veterinarian. There are safe pain medications for cats, but they are only available from your veterinarian.
If you don't see any sores or anything on it's legs then it sounds like your cat has developed a bad habit. I had a cat once that sucked it's tail. Try to get the cats attenti…on onto something else, toss a toy to your cat when you see it going to start licking. We have a cat that licked her fur in parts until it was raw. Turned out to be an allergy to certain foods. The problem was solved, cats do not usually lick out of boredom there is often a reason.
Yes! Anxiety and depression can cause so many things to happen to your body-the mental symptoms turn into physical ones, sometimes.
Answer Your cat should be taken the the vet and have their leg looked at. It could be broken or have a sore on it that is infected. Good luck and God Bless:)
You will need to get pain medication on prescription from your vet. Aspirin and paracetamol are definitely big No No's! Any human pain medication is usually too high a dosage …so definitely speak to your vet.
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 change…s 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.
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
Some people get get pain in their lower back and leg because of a problem with a nerve / nerve root. Some conditions that include symptoms like this are Herniated Disc, Nerve …compression, and Acute or Chronic Pain. Please note, communication on this site does not create a physician/patient relationship.
It is not recommended, because cats can easily reach the toxic level of Naproxen. Ask a veterinarian what would be an appropriate pain reliever for your cat.
Nothing at home - human medications can be very toxic to cats and you could accidentally kill your cat. I would strongly recommend taking your cat to the vet - he/she can exam…ine your cat and figure out what is causing the pain. Then the underlying problem can be fixed rather than just masking the symptom (pain).
Nothing at home - human medications for pain (Advil, Tylenol, Motrin, Aleve, aspirin, etc) are toxic to cats and you can cause a fatal stomach ulcer with them. If you think yo…ur cat would benefit from pain medication, you should make an appointment with your veterinarian. There are safe and relatively cheap medications available, but you will need a veterinary prescription to get them.