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Sasha Wainstein MD Urology *******www.TheDoctorsVideos**** Maimonides Medical Center
16 Dec 2009
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I have some good news and some bad news. Well, I will start with the good news first. Alera was a bit active today at the vet. The doc gave him the same antibiotic and vitamin. He was on drip too for 15 minutes with glucose. The urination also has shown some good sign, not as much blood as the first 2 days. He drank by himself too while came back from the vet. Ok, now the bad news. If you have followed my ustream live streaming videos and you can see all the recorded videos here, Alera has bitten himself again! Yes, again, on the spot where the doc has shaved him. The wound is very red and large comparing to last time. I got to know only when came back from suppper around 11:30pm. I was in shock and without delay, cleaned his wound with clean water and applied the cream that the other vet gave me last time. I am not sure why he bitten himself but I am sure it must have been very itchy. This is very sad as he is on his way to recovery and another incident occured! I will bring him to vet tomorrow and see what the vet will say about this.
21 Nov 2007
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10:25 am According to the doc, it might be the psychological effect that Alera has bitten himself. I hope I spelled that word correctly. Anyways, the doc has cleaned the wound with chlorhexidine (antiseptic solution) and applied Rowarolan (calcium carbonate) powder on Alera. He told me the powder will work better and faster than cream. I was told to wash the wound twice daily. Alera is getting better each day and this shows a good recovery process. I hope the blood test result turn up okay too. Will have to wait and see.
21 Nov 2007
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Usual medication was given to Alera today, a jab of antibiotic, vitamin B-complex and a pill. The urination is getting better, not that reddish anymore. However, when look closer under microscope, it still contain some blood cells which we can't see with out bare eyes. The wound has healed properly. The vet also said he is not dehydrated anymore. When I left the vet, I was a bit hurry and left the collar cone there on the table. So tonight I have to let Alera by himself without the collar. I found one of Bobo's puppy shirt and put it on. It fits well on Alera but just doesn't covered Alera's wound fully. He looks pretty handsome on it. Hopefully he won't bite the wound tonight. His doesn't like the low pH dry food and I have to force feed him, but he did drink glucose and water by his own when I gave it to him. The vet said he has to be on low pH food, at least for this period of time. ps : Alera still bit himself when I last cleaned him at 10:40 pm. I have no choice and had to make a cone that similar with the collar cone from cardboard and masking tapes. My fault for not bringing back the cone.
22 Nov 2007
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No more vet visits! Yay! Well, at least for this moment! I just shot the above video today to show you a better view of how Alera reacted to his new diet/food, which is wet can food. I have mixed the food with cranberry relief as usual. He was banging the door, lol, it was funny how excited he was. I noticed he love this type of food instead of dry kibbles. In the video I did mentioned that he urinated very little, but that's not the case, at the end of the video, the whole diaper was soaked with urine! Yellowish urine, fortunately! The wound also has became stiffer and there was like an extra dried skin on top when you touch it. And because of this, he bitten himself again! Yes, again while I was chatting online with a friend (Melissa) on my ustream live feed. The video below was recorded with ustream built in recorder. You might want to check it out too. Anyway, I have cleaned the wound and applied again the rowarolan powder. ustream live feed url below : *******ustream.tv/channel/living-days-livecam
26 Nov 2007
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Juan Kupferman MD Pediatric Nephrology DrMDK****
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Sasha Wainstein MD Urology *******www.TheDoctorsVideos**** Maimonides Medical Center
7 Apr 2010
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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/endosterol.html Acute bacterial prostatitis generally presents with typical symptoms that include severe pain in and around the base of the penis and behind the scrotum. Men may also experience a variety of urinary symptoms similar to a urinary tract infection. These include bloody urine (hematuria), a strong sudden urge to urinate (urgency) and an urge to urinate frequently (frequency). It may also be difficult to pass more than a small amount of urine. There also may be a feeling of fullness in the rectum and a frequent urge to defecate. Symptoms of acute bacterial prostatitis can also include lower back pain, fever, chills, and nausea. Acute bacterial prostatitis is a medical emergency that can lead to serious complications. Complications include the development of a prostatic abscess and a serious infection of the blood called bacteremia. This can lead to life-threatening conditions that affect the whole body, called sepsis and septic shock, which can be fatal if not treated immediately. *******www.balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
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