My 5 year-old Bengal female that was spayed at 6 months, has started having documented heat cycles. After two episodes of these cycles two different physicians have done exploratory surgery on her, without any success in finding the ovarian remnant.
The second surgery was done by a surgical specialist; however, following this surgery she was having major problems with an inability to eat and drink as well as numerous episodes of postoperative bleeding.
The surgeon that did that surgery sent off the tissues that had been removed, however not ovarian cells were evident in the biopsy. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do next?
By L.P. Harris from Vienna, VA
With all due respect, stop having surgical tests done on her and the last vet might have made a huge boo boo (in light of the fact that she's not eating and drinking) so she probably has either an infection from the last surgery or is completely stressed out from way too many surgical procedures :-o No offense but so what if she has cycles. Even female women can still have cycles after menopause.
Add your voice! Click below to comment. ThriftyFun is powered by your wisdom!