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How to keep female cat urinary problem free?
May 9th, 2012 at 6:49pm
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Hi all, Any suggestions, food, supplements, diet that have worked for a female cat who is prone to urinary problems?      
        Has anyone tried d mannose as a preventative? What dosages/brands have worked?
        Many thanks.
  
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Re: How to keep female cat urinary problem free?
Reply #1 - May 9th, 2012 at 7:10pm
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It depends on the type and source of the problem. Does your cat have urinary crystals, and if so, which type?

Does your cat suffer from idiopathic (interstitial) cystitis (this is much more common in cats than UTI)?

Has your cat been diagnosed with an actual UTI, and if so, how was the diagnosis made? Was the urine collected via sterile cystocentesis, or was it collected free-catch? Was a urinalysis run, or was a culture run?

More information, please.

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