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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 30 Nov 2023 14:23 #80532

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Started when she gets excited faints or has a seizure. Comes to 5-8 secs and is ok. I now keep from any excitement until it is cured.  Emergency said low iron, possible bleeding on tumor that is why she is collapsing. They said heart is good but there is a murmur.  Started MMS last night. A little confused on using the Pt A or Pt B?  After rereading it looks like Pt A only with the lemon/lime juice.  Please verify.  The hardest part is bottle dropping 2drops so 4 oz of fluids (I chose apple juice but trying to get watermelon juice) down her throat.  Please advise if correct!  Thanks for being here - I do not want to go thru this by myself and I will help all when she has recovered. (ps they said she was not a good candidate for exploratory surgery and I def agreed)

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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 01 Dec 2023 08:16 #80547

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Note that using HCl instead of citric acid as the activator works better for non-human animals due to the better taste and less stomach upset.
And/or using CDS.

For a dog, you might want to hide the taste in beef broth. (organic, if possible)
But you should test it with ClO2 Test Strips to make sure it doesn't negatively
interact with the ClO2. (reduce or negate the amount of ClO2)

You read and replied to my other post, so I have most of the information there.

I don't think you have to use 4 oz of water for dogs. Just get them to take it.
I used a couple of tablespoons of organic chicken broth for my cat.
If you can get them to lick it up, that's good, but a syringe is workable.
I wouldn't try to do 4 oz of liquid, though.

Dogs tend to drink a lot of water, so it shouldn't be a problem.

You can also put the SCS (Sodium Chlorite Solution) in their drinking water, NOT activated with acid,
but there are varying opinions about how much to use. The SCS will convert to ClO2 in their stomachs.
And it should not be a metal water bowl. Maybe have one with SCS in it and the other clean water.

I'm not sure what you mean by Pt A and Pt B.

I hope it works out for you and your dog. Please let us know.
 
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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 01 Dec 2023 10:58 #80559

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Started when she gets excited faints or has a seizure. Comes to 5-8 secs and is ok. I now keep from any excitement until it is cured.  Emergency said low iron, possible bleeding on tumor that is why she is collapsing. They said heart is good but there is a murmur.  Started MMS last night. A little confused on using the Pt A or Pt B?  After rereading it looks like Pt A only with the lemon/lime juice.  Please verify.  The hardest part is bottle dropping 2drops so 4 oz of fluids (I chose apple juice but trying to get watermelon juice) down her throat.  Please advise if correct!  Thanks for being here - I do not want to go thru this by myself and I will help all when she has recovered. (ps they said she was not a good candidate for exploratory surgery and I def agreed)


You could try the SCS protocols in the attached PDF file. Many people say it worked well for their dog or cat.
 

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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 03 Dec 2023 01:14 #80589

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Hello I tried looking up HCI and could not find. I bought the Jim Humble: PartA 28% Sodium Chlorite(really 22.4%) and PartB 4% Hydrochloric Acid. You gave me such a relief about the 4 oz. I am giving her 2drops SC with 10drops organic lime with 4oz Organic Apple juice. I pull out about 8ml and syringe it. I can tell her belly must be queasy she does not want to eat her favorites. She did eat a fair amount of cooked salmon and her treats. i did put 1 drop of SC in 1 cup of filtered water in her drinking bowl. I can't tell if she is getting better I think so. She has had no pass outs and she did bark and get upset with the cat for chewing something and did not pass out! I started this protocol 11/29/23. So my question is there an easier mix on belly? For me the hardest is doing it alone! I pray and trust God that I am doing it. correctly each time or help is coming (you)! I have one more protocol in about 1 more hour. Thank you from my heart!

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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 03 Dec 2023 01:20 #80590

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thank you I will study if it is easier on her and I appreciate you for your time!!!!!

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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 03 Dec 2023 03:55 #80592

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So you use equal drops of both. Mix say your starting with 2 drops, put the 2 drops of A and 2 drops of B in a glass and swirl foe 30 seconds then add water or juice and have her drink it within a minute or 2. Hope this helps!! Prays for your little one!

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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 03 Dec 2023 09:45 #80593

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HCl is Hydrochloric Acid, 4% or 5% solution.
I thought you said you were using lemon or lime juice as the activator.

It partly depends on the weight of your dog, but
1 drop of SCS in their water bowl is probably low for most animals of any size.

I feel comfortable with the information in the PDF someone posted above,
and will probably use that as a reference for my animals.

Just keep working at it and you will most likely see
some good results. Sometimes it takes some time
for it to work.
 
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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 03 Dec 2023 13:45 #80597

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Bill - think you - I will start using that protocol! It looks easier just more often. Her tummy is not happy right now.
I understand a little less than 1ml (she is 9.5lbs) ev 15 min for first 2 hrs. Then ev hr for 8 more hrs = 10 hrs total
What happens after the 10 hrs? Or probably I should not even ask but believe?
Sincerely, Sara

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Cavapoo age 11 - mass on spleen and or abdoman (9.5 lbs) 03 Dec 2023 13:55 #80599

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so after 10 hrs - well-la?! end of protocol?

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