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Q. My cat throws up frequently & is on Vit B shots Once a month. And is on Pepcid 1/4 of 20mg tablet 2xday. Is there anything else that can help him???

Answered By
JESSICA L DESROSIERS

A. Treatment depends greatly on the underlying cause of the vomiting. If it is diet or GI tract related, then probiotics or a diet change to an allergy-friendly one (such as without wheat, corn or soy or with hydrolyzed proteins) may help, while if the problem is functional such as ileus or megaesophagus then prokinetic or other similar medications may help food contents move more easily through the digestive tract.


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