Canine Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome









the following is a listing of the known treatments that have been used in an attempt to control CECS:



Diazepam and Clorazepate Dipotassium have been used successfully in some cases to alleviate cramping in the short term. They have also failed to help in a few other instances. 

In Europe (Buscopan) scopolamine rectal suppositories have helped to alleviate intestinal forms. There is a similar injectable medication in the US labeled for equine use called Buscopan.TM  Recently there has been reported success using Gaviscon.

It is not recommended to use Phenobarbital for prophylactic use.

Dietary Changes:

Dietary changes are the most significant factor used to bring affected dogs into remission. Please see Diet page for further information.

Advice and suggestions found on this site are not meant to replace professional veterinary care. Please consult your veterinarian before changing your dogs medications or diet .






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