Anyone have any luck with it? My poor little mare Shaddy has tumors all over her genital area and in her mouth. The two huge ones she has inside her cheeks do not bother her at all but the ones around her genitals are growing. I sent a photo over to my vet via email as we've been discussing what to do about them. She was diagnosed when she was 13 (so six years ago) when they first obviously showed up. Over the last six years they haven't grown much as we've charted the growths by measuring them. Now, all of a sudden, they appear to have gone throw a growth spurt. It was recommended we leave them alone before but now we are taking about possible need for surgery if they continue to grow.
My poor lady. I washed off her bum and tail today as she had a bit of poo and dirt down her back legs and was sad to see thet state of her rear end. She is the sweetest mare to ever walk the earth. Not a mean bone in her body. I watched her for two hours and they don't appear to bug her when she poos but her bottom does need to be cleaned now as there are so many growths she some times gets poo caught up in the crevices.
Anyways, I've heard that if you remove them they can grow back more aggressively. Has anyone else had experience with this? I'd love to hear some personal stories. I can't wait for him to get back to me on what he thinks is best. They get much bigger they will get in her way of pooping.