Q. My cat is urinating excessively. I took him to Dr. First time he was blocked with crystals. Second time no crystals and nothing on sonogram.

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A. The cystitis, inflammation of urinary bladder, this time may be idiopathic.

The cystitis needs to be treated anyway as it could cause urinary blockage (through a urethral spasm due to inflammation).

Stress should be limited as much as possible and stressors should be recognised and avoided.

If you like to discuss this problem further I would recommend to take him to your veterinarian or engage in a consultation.

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