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Old 06-26-2015, 12:34 PM
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Regurgitation for days after seizure

Hey guys! I'm new and I need help. I have a 5 month old pom. On Tuesday he went to jump on me and fell hit his head and looked like he died. I've never been so scared. I rushed him to the vet. They ran test but they came back normal. Since then he has gotten better but for some reason he hasn't barked since, everytime he eats he makes this clearing throat sounds and his food comes back up. Yesterday he didn't throw up but this morning when I went to let him out he did. It seems like when he moves it effects his throat and makes him vomit or regurgitate. Is this normal following a severe seizure or head trauma? Before this he was so spunky, barked like crazy, etc. Now he just seems very off. Please help I feel so helpless
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Old 06-26-2015, 02:30 PM
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I don't have any medical advice. What did your vet say when you told him or her about this? This is definitely something you want to tell the vet. He may need further testing but only a vet could tell you if that's the way to proceed or if this is something that might get better with time.
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Back to the vet.

As someone who has taken quite a few seizures, you should always consult a doc if anything changes or weird happens
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I had a dog who had grand mal cluster seizures bad for months because he had a brain tumor, and just recently passed. That is not normal for seizures in my knowledge and is something you should call your vet about for sure as quickly as possible.
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