Hannah has been doing well. She was due for blood work again this week and we have the results back. When I spoke with Hannah's primary care physician, Dr. S said that she had an "Optimistic report."
Hannah is continuing to take a lot of different medications and supplements. At this time, Dr. S feels that since Hannah is stable and doing well, we should continue doing the same thing as we have for the past six months. The only concern that Dr. S mentioned was that Hannah's red blood cell count continues to be on the low end -- 4.83 million where would want it 4.8 million or higher.
Hannah's adrenal values are also stable which is good news since we know that she has an adrenal tumor. Her stimulated cortisol value was 17.8 (the pre samle was 3.6). This is good news. The normal response is 5.5 t0 20.0 so 17.8 is not to shabby.
Hannah's current medications: osteoarthritis (Tramadol 50 mg (3x daily), Zubrin 200mg), urinary tract infection (Amoxicillin 500mg), Denamarin 425 mg, Actigall 300mg, Famotidine (10mg, 3x daily); melatonin (3mg, 2x daily); half food prepared at home under the guidance of our veterinarian and the other half is purchased dog food