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Question from Danielle Hively
I gave my cat a D-wormer about 2 days ago and she still can barely walk, and is really weak! also has Diherra. do you know how long it takes for a cat to get better after having worms?
Our Vet Says:

If your cat has had diarrhea for two days, it is better to consult a vet. Normally after you administrate a dewormer medicine, there is not much change in faeces. Sometimes the faeces may change in consistency and may be aqueous. If the change is for more than one day, it is indicated to see your vet. If the level of infestation is too high is possible to change faces consistence and need treatment to equilibrate this problem.
Some of the other possible causes for diarrhea are: blockage (hairball or foreign object),colitis, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, hyperthyroidism, infection (bacterial, viral), kidney disease, liver disease, pancreatic. I would suggest that you consult a vet at the earliest


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