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post #11 of 16 Old 04-22-2009, 09:40 AM
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. We agreed it may be a bean...kinda like a urinary tract infection... so try and get his man part out and clean it off... make sure there is no excess dirt and grime... use some iodine to clean it... but the lymph nodes are the thing that tells us maybe to call a vet... check his temp... and if it was strangles and he has had it for two weeks he would be on the verge of dying.. and his lymph nodes would be really really swollen...

A bean and a UTI are nothing alike.

NO idodine on the penis for heavens sake. You do not want to dry it out.

And NO NO NO - strangles for two weeks would not cause the horse to be on the verge of dying. Strep does have have to cause the lymph nodes to be swollen at all. Mild cases can be simply be a temp.
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post #12 of 16 Old 04-22-2009, 01:02 PM
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Similiar problems

My horse urinates alot as well and is very nervous. White stuff comes out of his nose. And he really just acts like a jerk. I was told to do a basic $60 blood test to check his overall levels So that what Im doing. He doesnt have poo problems or swollen lymph though. Let me know what happens

Iodine come on?
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post #13 of 16 Old 04-22-2009, 03:46 PM
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A bean and a UTI are nothing alike.

NO idodine on the penis for heavens sake. You do not want to dry it out.

And NO NO NO - strangles for two weeks would not cause the horse to be on the verge of dying. Strep does have have to cause the lymph nodes to be swollen at all. Mild cases can be simply be a temp.

Makes you wonder how many have ever been around strangles?? Lol

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post #14 of 16 Old 04-22-2009, 03:59 PM
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makes you wonder how many have ever been around strangles?? Lol
There are several things I wonder about!
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post #15 of 16 Old 04-22-2009, 04:07 PM
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My boyfriend and I discussed this one and both agreed that you should have a vet look at it.. but first here is what you should do... we agreed it may be a bean...kinda like a urinary tract infection... so try and get his man part out and clean it off... make sure there is no excess dirt and grime... use some iodine to clean it... but the lymph nodes are the thing that tells us maybe to call a vet... check his temp... and if it was strangles and he has had it for two weeks he would be on the verge of dying.. and his lymph nodes would be really really swollen...

Glad I wasn't eating anything when I read this, otherwise I probably would have choked to death by the end. Mls did a very good job of straightening that mess out though.
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rotflmao onetoomany I was to

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