Cushings Disease in Cats
Cushing's disease is a condition in which the adrenal glands overproduce certain hormones. The adrenal glands are located near the kidneys and produce several vital substances that regulate a variety of body functions and are necessary to sustain life. The most widely known of these substances is cortisol, commonly known as “cortisone.” Decreased or excessive production of these cortisol, may be life-threatening.
Cushing's disease usually strikes middle-aged or older cats with a bucket-full of symptoms that can mimic other diseases. Increased appetite, increased drinking and urination, panting, high blood pressure, bulging abdomen, skin lumps and discoloring, hair loss, muscle weakness, and nervous system disorders can occur with the disease.
There are Two Forms of Cushing’s Disease
1. Pituitary Gland Tumor
2. Adrenal Gland Tumor
Cushing's disease may be the result of a benign or malignant tumor of the adrenal gland. If the tumor is benign, surgical removal will cure the disease. If the tumor is malignant, surgery may help for some time, but the prognosis is much less favorable.
Treatment of Hyperadrenocorticism in Cats
Promotes balanced function of the adrenal and pituitary glands
Supports the health of the endocrine system
Encourages a healthy appetite
Reduces stress response in high strung or nervous pets
Helps relieve excessive urination
Promotes the healthy growth of skin and fur
Enhances energy levels & stamina
My cat's skin cleared up after one month of using Cushing's Relief Adrenal Support. It was a miracle. He had been on prescription meds for 6 months with no results ** - Katie M, Las Vegas, NV
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