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  1. RealNeat

    ADVICE! Low urine output Cat

    @yerrag There is a cat with low urine output, keeps going to the litter and only produces specks of urine. Checked penis and doesn't seem to be inflamed or clogged but I'm not 100% sure what I'm looking for and it's very difficult to retract the skin and reveal the penis. As far as going...
  2. Orome

    Effects Of Cyproheptadine On Bladder Cancer

    Even more prove that serotonine and histamine are involved in such conditions. Everything that lowers them should be beneficial. Analysis of the effects of cyproheptadine on bladder cancer through big data Abstract This study was designed to compare the efficacy of Cyproheptadine (CY) in...
  3. haidut

    Bladder Dysfunction And Incontinence Likely Due To Endotoxin (TLR4)

    Ray has mentioned a few times over email to people that bladder irritation or even kidney problems are likely due to increased endotoxin load. My urologists friends laugh so hard when I mention this in our discussions, but lately they seem more gloomy than amused. I suspect that this new study...
  4. haidut

    Stress At Work Increases Risk For Certain Cancers

    I suspect work stress increases risk for all cancers but that would be too political of a study to conduct. For now, we can say that it at least increase risk for GI and bladder cancers. ScienceDirect "...Employment in at least one stressful job was associated with increased odds of cancers of...
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