UPDATE at 12:47 pm: I just spoke with the vet. He ran a mini-blood work on her this morning. Her Lipacytes (Lipas) have dropped significantly!! The normal range is 100-1400. She came in on Saturday and they were 1865. Today, they are 1538. So we are heading in the right direction. Her Glucose has dropped too. Normal range is 71-159 and on Saturday she was 196. Today, she is at 80. WOO HOO! He said this shows that we are progressing in the right way.
Regarding the yellow vomit. It is bile and it happens when you have an empty stomach. He is going to give her Metoclopramide. I googled it and here is what one website says: "Metoclopramide increases muscle contractions in upper digestive tract. This speeds up the rate at which the stomach empties into the intestines. Metoclopramide is used short-term to treat heartburn caused by gastroesophageal reflux in people who have used other medications without relief of symptoms. Metoclopramide is also used to treat slow gastric emptying in people with diabetes (also called diabetic gastroparesis), which can cause nausea, vomiting, heartburn, loss of appetite, and a feeling of fullness after meals." So, this should help ease her tummy since she does not have any food on it. Also, maybe will help her little drool that she has going on.
I questioned the fact that the room is warmer than what we keep our house set at and asked if that would affect her system. He said that her body will adjust to the environment that she is in, so that would not be a factor. Makes sense, but I wanted to ask.I leave work at 2, but need to go check in on Sitka. Then, I will go over and visit her before they close at 6 tonight.
We are heading on the right road to recovery. Keep the positive thoughts coming and that MAGIC SIBE MAL MIND MELD Coming!!!!
Good Morning (9:17am)...
I went and visited with Tia for about 25-30 min this morning. She was very alert and very vocal! I am sure she was telling me she was ready to leave and that she was over that place. She had thrown up once over the night. It was yellowish. There was just one place and it was dry, so it had to have happened late last night or very early this morning. The Doc was not in yet, so I asked that he call me and let me know how she is doing from his point of view and why she may have gotten sick. I hope this little spit up is not some sort of set back. I am keeping fingers and toes crossed!!! I will update once I have spoken to the vet!