Should I give my kitten L-Lysine? How much?
Viralys Powder contains: 500 mg. In a few weeks, I saw suspicious little clumps and balls in the powder. Ironic and odd. We were going to take them back, but my daughter suggested the Lysine & told us to take them to the Vet. In certain cases the symptoms related to herpes viruses might be a hidden underlying serious infection that can never be treated by the therapy- lysine for cats. How much would make sense? Naturally supporting the immune system and supports resistance to infection.
Quote: Originally Posted by Juniemarie I would like to hear from people who have had their cats on this lactoferrin product for a while…..long enough to determine if it helps or not. Because these properties are shared by certain bacteria (rickettsiae, chlamydiae), viruses are now characterized by their simple organization and their unique mode of replication. I have found old 500 mg twice daily supplements purchased pure L-lysine kittens as young as 4 weeks (in the treatment of feline herpes outbreaks) in health food stores. No one knew about it here, but I discovered I could buy it online. You and your cat might take the same over-the-counter supplement, if your vet treats your kitty for certain conditions. I had never heard of this until a vet recommended it for our cat who has respiratory problems & a leaky eye. I know this is also used frequently in people w/ herpies, cold sores etc.
These may be associated with times of stress, or they may seem to occur completely at random. In very young cats, adhesions of the eyelids to each other or to the cornea may occur. There was no difference between dietary groups in the proportion of cats developing mild disease. Feline herpes is a problem which is seen very much among the cats and thus URI as well as conjunctivitis may happen and both of them are painful & serious diseases of cats. About 6 months ago, after stopping forcing the dissolved powder into his mouth (my arms can take only so many scratches!), he was sick again. Feline herpes is a problem which is seen very much among the cats and thus URI as well as conjunctivitis may happen and both of them are painful & serious diseases of cats. I thought I’d try treating him with L-Lysine first, since with his disposition, steroid pills or injections would be extremely difficult to administer.
Finally, his ophthalmologist suggested L-Lysine at 400 mg per day. Does the ointment make the eye seem worse at first? My cats like it and it seems to help their immune system. Be sure the front paws are securely wrapped. A component of Lecithin is Phosphatadyl Choline, which is one of Nature’s principle surface acting agents and is found in all living body cells. Typically, cats catch this virus by sharing litter boxes, food, and water bowls with an infected cat, as well as by mutual grooming. To examine the effects of orally administered L-lysine on clinical signs of feline herpesvirus type 1 (FHV-1) infection and ocular shedding of FHV-1 in latently infected cats.
L-lysine is effective because it competes with arginine, an amino acid essential to development of the herpes virus. Another person actually does the administering. His recovery was 99% successful, only some scar tissue and never had surgery. If you have a cat suffering from FHV get this stuff. But cats won’t eat unless they can smell their food, so they starve if they get a stopped up nose. He has seen a vet. Thanks for reading City Kitty Feline Eye Herpes City Kitty Regarding Cat Herpes.
Had to put this vasaline looking stuff in his eyes twice a day, he got put on L-Lysine, and he was fine in a few days, been fine since, it never came back, the vet thought he may have picked up something at a show. We hope you enjoyed it and if you want to download the pictures in high quality, simply right click the image and choose “Save As”. The only way to effectively compare prices is cost per dose. I was curious to know whether anyone had tried a l-lysine supplement in a cat with chronic herpes signs, and whether they felt it had helped. We tried to add lysine as well, but she won’t eat the chews, eats around the powder, and fights the gel form like a little whirling dervish. This led to the widespread use of gels of oral L-lysine to treat herpes symptoms in cats, especially those related to the eyes and nose. Valley Vet Pharmacy successfully completed the rigorous accreditation process by demonstrating the professional operations of the pharmacy, including the maintenance of policies and procedures that protect the veterinarian-client-patient relationship, ensure the appropriate handling of prescription medications, provide appropriate medication information, and ensure quality pharmacy practices are continuously offered to our clients.