Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 009127/003.

Names and composition

"CORTRIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of HYDROCORTISONE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009127/003 CORTRIL HYDROCORTISONE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
009127/005 CORTRIL HYDROCORTISONE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
009164/001 CORTRIL HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
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009176/002 CORTRIL HYDROCORTISONE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 2.5%
009796/001 CORTRIL HYDROCORTISONE TABLET/VAGINAL 10MG

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Terra-Cortril ointment for my cat's eye?
My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I... Asked by Regan Nealy 1 year ago.

My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I used it for a day and a half. It's like the eye got worse since using the ointment. I can't go back to the vet to find out what's going on. So my question is, could the ointment make the eye worse before it gets better, or what on earth is going on? Answered by Melonie Kovich 1 year ago.

well, before you use this terra cotril ointment on your cats eyes do it to yourself!!!!! it stings like fricken hell and thats probs why it looks worse its better wet than dry believe me when i say that.my cat had a similar thing. When my cat had an eye problem I called the vet and they told me what to do over the phone. I can't guarantee that your cat has the same problem as my cat. My cat has stuff coming out of her eye which sometimes made her eye stick shut. I would describe it as a form of Conjunctivitus. First you need to disolve some salt in warm water. Next get some clean cotton wool and dip it in the solution and wipe your cats eye with it. I always used new cotton wool and I didn't dip the used cotton wool in the container again to stop the germs going everywhere. I did this about three times a day. It helped my cat the first time but she got it again a few months later. I tried the same method but it didn't work the second time so she went to the vet and was given eye drops. When she went to the vet the vet put drops in her eye to numb the pain and then had a good look all through her eye. The vet said that cats that go outside sometimes can get things caught in their eye and if left in there could damage their vision over time. Hope this helps you cat. Answered by Erin Echelberger 1 year ago.

Terra Cortril Answered by Gerry Pallerino 1 year ago.

I personally feel that people who advertise or make claims that they can cure anything are cheating. If there was any exercise or cure known to those people they would make it public and get the noble prize and make lot of money instead of fooling people for few bucks promising to pay back if the things do not work out. I tend to disagree with you as well. There is a certain way of degrading cornea as well as lens. If one could clearly understand what way these are degraded then one can reverse the degradation process. Anyway I am trying the following exercises. I am sharing my personal experiences. I am not making any claims. I am 48 year old. I have been wearing glasses since 14 years of age. I started with -1.25 and now it reached -3.0 by the time I was 30. About 2 years back I found I have have trouble seeing near objects as well thru my glasses. But I have no problem seeing the things without glasses I got bi-focals as well. But I hate them like hell. I had severe ddry eye syndrome about 5 years back. I tried every thing but it stayed and became worse with time. There were other health problems as well. Then about 3 years back I started drinking water 1 hour before meals as a way of curing my other health issues. The other health issues got resolved along with dry eye syndrome. But I do not want to stop there. I want my glasses off. Last 3 months I started the following exercises first thing in the morning - I stand facing a wall about 2 ft away from wall. I look at a point (about 1/2 cm circle) on the wall without blinking. The circle is at the height of my eyes. After about 20 second I move 4-6 inches towards the wall. Again I keep looking at the circle wihout blinking. I do not blink even when I move closuer to the wall. I keep moving towards the wall and looking at the point without blinking. When I am 6 inches from the wall, I would start moving away from the wall in the same away and would go away upto 3-4 feet away from wall in the same way. 4-6 inches at a time without blinking. When my eyes become strained and I can no longer avoid blinking I take rest for about 30 minutes blinking repeatedly. After that I start all over again. The idea is to repeat the above a number of times. Let the fluid flow from the eyes as much as you can do. I also change this in the following manner. Instead of moving towards and away from wall, you should move your head up and down. The idea is to look at the same point from the edges of your eye and then come back to the same stage without blinking. Then you have to move ur head from left to right. The basic guiding principles are - Slow movements with 20-30 second rest (holding in the same position without blinking). Moving your head instead of your eyes will not cause you to feel dizzy or uncomfortable. The fluid that leaves your eyes will make you feel extremely comfortable for the next 2-3 days. Ur dry eye syndrome will not be there in 3-4 days. You can expect the eye sight to improve in 3 to 6 months. I have got lot of relief but honestly I have not seen any permanent relief in reducing my numbers. Though there is lot of improvement in comfort and my numbers are no more deterioting. The above exercises also help in removing eye bags, dryness of skin just under eyes. Answered by Kum Kercado 1 year ago.


Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?
there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets... Asked by Earleen Crapo 1 year ago.

my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this. He is utterly miserable and have changed food to holistic, bought expensive treatments from the vet. but im hoping somebody can help with a home remedy. He is just miserable THANK YOU Answered by Charolette Dutter 1 year ago.

there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets bloody. In a few answers I read something about hot spots "smelling" I cannot notice any smell. could it just be from the itching, ? Answered by Allyson Sterr 1 year ago.

Itchy Dog Remedies Answered by Abram Mastropaolo 1 year ago.

I was just at the vet today talking about this same kind of thing about my dog. With my dog it is allergies. We give him shots twice a month and pills twice a day. He is still very itchy, but we have gotten it to the point that he doesn't scratch so much he has bald spots anymore. What seems to help a little is regular baths with an oatmeal shampoo (every other week). We also use a skin conditioner and brush him daily. He is a short haired dog, so it isn't too bad. Also, every time we bathe him we vacuum all the carpets and furniture. Answered by Rosanna Kuchenbecker 1 year ago.

Temporary solutions are fine, however it isn't getting to the bottom of the problem. glad you changed the diet, hopefully to one without corn, wheat, soy, or by-products, and only one protein source that should not be chicken (lately it seems to be a problem with food allergy dogs) If this hasn't cleared up all the itching and hot spots, then you need to do some further studies, and I would recommend doing a thyroid panel. Have your vet send the blood to Michigan State (all the vets have the address) for a full analysis, and our thyroid expert, Dr. Jean Dodds recommends treating a low normal reading for an 8 week period to see if that helps. Hypothyroidism is one of the most under diagnosed health problems in all breeds, and can cause many serious problems if not treated. It's an inexpensive test, and treatment is extremely cheap, although treatment is for life. Answered by Audrie Sturino 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy? my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this.... Answered by Bertram Lucius 1 year ago.

Hey, In reply to this question, Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?, I say you that you might get some help from ASPCA Complete Dog Training Manual As you described; "my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in" it might help you. Good Luck :) Answered by Moises Snowdy 1 year ago.


Terra-Cortril ointment for my cat's eye?
My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I... Asked by Buddy Cassman 1 year ago.

My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I used it for a day and a half. It's like the eye got worse since using the ointment. I can't go back to the vet to find out what's going on. So my question is, could the ointment make the eye worse before it gets better, or what on earth is going on? Answered by Babette Racioppo 1 year ago.

well, before you use this terra cotril ointment on your cats eyes do it to yourself!!!!! it stings like fricken hell and thats probs why it looks worse its better wet than dry believe me when i say that.my cat had a similar thing. When my cat had an eye problem I called the vet and they told me what to do over the phone. I can't guarantee that your cat has the same problem as my cat. My cat has stuff coming out of her eye which sometimes made her eye stick shut. I would describe it as a form of Conjunctivitus. First you need to disolve some salt in warm water. Next get some clean cotton wool and dip it in the solution and wipe your cats eye with it. I always used new cotton wool and I didn't dip the used cotton wool in the container again to stop the germs going everywhere. I did this about three times a day. It helped my cat the first time but she got it again a few months later. I tried the same method but it didn't work the second time so she went to the vet and was given eye drops. When she went to the vet the vet put drops in her eye to numb the pain and then had a good look all through her eye. The vet said that cats that go outside sometimes can get things caught in their eye and if left in there could damage their vision over time. Hope this helps you cat. Answered by Emory Steinway 1 year ago.

Terra Cortril Answered by Johnnie Pillips 1 year ago.

I personally feel that people who advertise or make claims that they can cure anything are cheating. If there was any exercise or cure known to those people they would make it public and get the noble prize and make lot of money instead of fooling people for few bucks promising to pay back if the things do not work out. I tend to disagree with you as well. There is a certain way of degrading cornea as well as lens. If one could clearly understand what way these are degraded then one can reverse the degradation process. Anyway I am trying the following exercises. I am sharing my personal experiences. I am not making any claims. I am 48 year old. I have been wearing glasses since 14 years of age. I started with -1.25 and now it reached -3.0 by the time I was 30. About 2 years back I found I have have trouble seeing near objects as well thru my glasses. But I have no problem seeing the things without glasses I got bi-focals as well. But I hate them like hell. I had severe ddry eye syndrome about 5 years back. I tried every thing but it stayed and became worse with time. There were other health problems as well. Then about 3 years back I started drinking water 1 hour before meals as a way of curing my other health issues. The other health issues got resolved along with dry eye syndrome. But I do not want to stop there. I want my glasses off. Last 3 months I started the following exercises first thing in the morning - I stand facing a wall about 2 ft away from wall. I look at a point (about 1/2 cm circle) on the wall without blinking. The circle is at the height of my eyes. After about 20 second I move 4-6 inches towards the wall. Again I keep looking at the circle wihout blinking. I do not blink even when I move closuer to the wall. I keep moving towards the wall and looking at the point without blinking. When I am 6 inches from the wall, I would start moving away from the wall in the same away and would go away upto 3-4 feet away from wall in the same way. 4-6 inches at a time without blinking. When my eyes become strained and I can no longer avoid blinking I take rest for about 30 minutes blinking repeatedly. After that I start all over again. The idea is to repeat the above a number of times. Let the fluid flow from the eyes as much as you can do. I also change this in the following manner. Instead of moving towards and away from wall, you should move your head up and down. The idea is to look at the same point from the edges of your eye and then come back to the same stage without blinking. Then you have to move ur head from left to right. The basic guiding principles are - Slow movements with 20-30 second rest (holding in the same position without blinking). Moving your head instead of your eyes will not cause you to feel dizzy or uncomfortable. The fluid that leaves your eyes will make you feel extremely comfortable for the next 2-3 days. Ur dry eye syndrome will not be there in 3-4 days. You can expect the eye sight to improve in 3 to 6 months. I have got lot of relief but honestly I have not seen any permanent relief in reducing my numbers. Though there is lot of improvement in comfort and my numbers are no more deterioting. The above exercises also help in removing eye bags, dryness of skin just under eyes. Answered by Colby Johnosn 1 year ago.


Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?
there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets... Asked by Francisco Ruberto 1 year ago.

my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this. He is utterly miserable and have changed food to holistic, bought expensive treatments from the vet. but im hoping somebody can help with a home remedy. He is just miserable THANK YOU Answered by Alice Wedge 1 year ago.

there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets bloody. In a few answers I read something about hot spots "smelling" I cannot notice any smell. could it just be from the itching, ? Answered by Gearldine Ecklund 1 year ago.

Itchy Dog Remedies Answered by Shaniqua Ureno 1 year ago.

I was just at the vet today talking about this same kind of thing about my dog. With my dog it is allergies. We give him shots twice a month and pills twice a day. He is still very itchy, but we have gotten it to the point that he doesn't scratch so much he has bald spots anymore. What seems to help a little is regular baths with an oatmeal shampoo (every other week). We also use a skin conditioner and brush him daily. He is a short haired dog, so it isn't too bad. Also, every time we bathe him we vacuum all the carpets and furniture. Answered by Adeline Mimozo 1 year ago.

Temporary solutions are fine, however it isn't getting to the bottom of the problem. glad you changed the diet, hopefully to one without corn, wheat, soy, or by-products, and only one protein source that should not be chicken (lately it seems to be a problem with food allergy dogs) If this hasn't cleared up all the itching and hot spots, then you need to do some further studies, and I would recommend doing a thyroid panel. Have your vet send the blood to Michigan State (all the vets have the address) for a full analysis, and our thyroid expert, Dr. Jean Dodds recommends treating a low normal reading for an 8 week period to see if that helps. Hypothyroidism is one of the most under diagnosed health problems in all breeds, and can cause many serious problems if not treated. It's an inexpensive test, and treatment is extremely cheap, although treatment is for life. Answered by Kimberlee Vesco 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy? my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this.... Answered by Doretta Alnutt 1 year ago.

Hey, In reply to this question, Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?, I say you that you might get some help from ASPCA Complete Dog Training Manual As you described; "my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in" it might help you. Good Luck :) Answered by Audrey Fullenkamp 1 year ago.


Terra-Cortril ointment for my cat's eye?
My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I... Asked by Katerine Guys 1 year ago.

My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I used it for a day and a half. It's like the eye got worse since using the ointment. I can't go back to the vet to find out what's going on. So my question is, could the ointment make the eye worse before it gets better, or what on earth is going on? Answered by Arnita Czekanski 1 year ago.

well, before you use this terra cotril ointment on your cats eyes do it to yourself!!!!! it stings like fricken hell and thats probs why it looks worse its better wet than dry believe me when i say that.my cat had a similar thing. When my cat had an eye problem I called the vet and they told me what to do over the phone. I can't guarantee that your cat has the same problem as my cat. My cat has stuff coming out of her eye which sometimes made her eye stick shut. I would describe it as a form of Conjunctivitus. First you need to disolve some salt in warm water. Next get some clean cotton wool and dip it in the solution and wipe your cats eye with it. I always used new cotton wool and I didn't dip the used cotton wool in the container again to stop the germs going everywhere. I did this about three times a day. It helped my cat the first time but she got it again a few months later. I tried the same method but it didn't work the second time so she went to the vet and was given eye drops. When she went to the vet the vet put drops in her eye to numb the pain and then had a good look all through her eye. The vet said that cats that go outside sometimes can get things caught in their eye and if left in there could damage their vision over time. Hope this helps you cat. Answered by Iva Talman 1 year ago.

Terra Cortril Answered by Barbar Engroff 1 year ago.

I personally feel that people who advertise or make claims that they can cure anything are cheating. If there was any exercise or cure known to those people they would make it public and get the noble prize and make lot of money instead of fooling people for few bucks promising to pay back if the things do not work out. I tend to disagree with you as well. There is a certain way of degrading cornea as well as lens. If one could clearly understand what way these are degraded then one can reverse the degradation process. Anyway I am trying the following exercises. I am sharing my personal experiences. I am not making any claims. I am 48 year old. I have been wearing glasses since 14 years of age. I started with -1.25 and now it reached -3.0 by the time I was 30. About 2 years back I found I have have trouble seeing near objects as well thru my glasses. But I have no problem seeing the things without glasses I got bi-focals as well. But I hate them like hell. I had severe ddry eye syndrome about 5 years back. I tried every thing but it stayed and became worse with time. There were other health problems as well. Then about 3 years back I started drinking water 1 hour before meals as a way of curing my other health issues. The other health issues got resolved along with dry eye syndrome. But I do not want to stop there. I want my glasses off. Last 3 months I started the following exercises first thing in the morning - I stand facing a wall about 2 ft away from wall. I look at a point (about 1/2 cm circle) on the wall without blinking. The circle is at the height of my eyes. After about 20 second I move 4-6 inches towards the wall. Again I keep looking at the circle wihout blinking. I do not blink even when I move closuer to the wall. I keep moving towards the wall and looking at the point without blinking. When I am 6 inches from the wall, I would start moving away from the wall in the same away and would go away upto 3-4 feet away from wall in the same way. 4-6 inches at a time without blinking. When my eyes become strained and I can no longer avoid blinking I take rest for about 30 minutes blinking repeatedly. After that I start all over again. The idea is to repeat the above a number of times. Let the fluid flow from the eyes as much as you can do. I also change this in the following manner. Instead of moving towards and away from wall, you should move your head up and down. The idea is to look at the same point from the edges of your eye and then come back to the same stage without blinking. Then you have to move ur head from left to right. The basic guiding principles are - Slow movements with 20-30 second rest (holding in the same position without blinking). Moving your head instead of your eyes will not cause you to feel dizzy or uncomfortable. The fluid that leaves your eyes will make you feel extremely comfortable for the next 2-3 days. Ur dry eye syndrome will not be there in 3-4 days. You can expect the eye sight to improve in 3 to 6 months. I have got lot of relief but honestly I have not seen any permanent relief in reducing my numbers. Though there is lot of improvement in comfort and my numbers are no more deterioting. The above exercises also help in removing eye bags, dryness of skin just under eyes. Answered by Paul Sterrett 1 year ago.


Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?
there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets... Asked by Allison Muise 1 year ago.

my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this. He is utterly miserable and have changed food to holistic, bought expensive treatments from the vet. but im hoping somebody can help with a home remedy. He is just miserable THANK YOU Answered by Eustolia Gianopoulos 1 year ago.

there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets bloody. In a few answers I read something about hot spots "smelling" I cannot notice any smell. could it just be from the itching, ? Answered by Maye Klamm 1 year ago.

Itchy Dog Remedies Answered by Floyd Dubbs 1 year ago.

I was just at the vet today talking about this same kind of thing about my dog. With my dog it is allergies. We give him shots twice a month and pills twice a day. He is still very itchy, but we have gotten it to the point that he doesn't scratch so much he has bald spots anymore. What seems to help a little is regular baths with an oatmeal shampoo (every other week). We also use a skin conditioner and brush him daily. He is a short haired dog, so it isn't too bad. Also, every time we bathe him we vacuum all the carpets and furniture. Answered by Mao Semper 1 year ago.

Temporary solutions are fine, however it isn't getting to the bottom of the problem. glad you changed the diet, hopefully to one without corn, wheat, soy, or by-products, and only one protein source that should not be chicken (lately it seems to be a problem with food allergy dogs) If this hasn't cleared up all the itching and hot spots, then you need to do some further studies, and I would recommend doing a thyroid panel. Have your vet send the blood to Michigan State (all the vets have the address) for a full analysis, and our thyroid expert, Dr. Jean Dodds recommends treating a low normal reading for an 8 week period to see if that helps. Hypothyroidism is one of the most under diagnosed health problems in all breeds, and can cause many serious problems if not treated. It's an inexpensive test, and treatment is extremely cheap, although treatment is for life. Answered by Maribeth Blackner 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy? my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this.... Answered by Danyell Casarz 1 year ago.

Hey, In reply to this question, Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?, I say you that you might get some help from ASPCA Complete Dog Training Manual As you described; "my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in" it might help you. Good Luck :) Answered by Tonia Macleod 1 year ago.


Terra-Cortril ointment for my cat's eye?
My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I... Asked by Tressa Cothern 1 year ago.

My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I used it for a day and a half. It's like the eye got worse since using the ointment. I can't go back to the vet to find out what's going on. So my question is, could the ointment make the eye worse before it gets better, or what on earth is going on? Answered by Isaiah Moye 1 year ago.

well, before you use this terra cotril ointment on your cats eyes do it to yourself!!!!! it stings like fricken hell and thats probs why it looks worse its better wet than dry believe me when i say that.my cat had a similar thing. When my cat had an eye problem I called the vet and they told me what to do over the phone. I can't guarantee that your cat has the same problem as my cat. My cat has stuff coming out of her eye which sometimes made her eye stick shut. I would describe it as a form of Conjunctivitus. First you need to disolve some salt in warm water. Next get some clean cotton wool and dip it in the solution and wipe your cats eye with it. I always used new cotton wool and I didn't dip the used cotton wool in the container again to stop the germs going everywhere. I did this about three times a day. It helped my cat the first time but she got it again a few months later. I tried the same method but it didn't work the second time so she went to the vet and was given eye drops. When she went to the vet the vet put drops in her eye to numb the pain and then had a good look all through her eye. The vet said that cats that go outside sometimes can get things caught in their eye and if left in there could damage their vision over time. Hope this helps you cat. Answered by Connie Boncella 1 year ago.

Terra Cortril Answered by Asha Moors 1 year ago.

I personally feel that people who advertise or make claims that they can cure anything are cheating. If there was any exercise or cure known to those people they would make it public and get the noble prize and make lot of money instead of fooling people for few bucks promising to pay back if the things do not work out. I tend to disagree with you as well. There is a certain way of degrading cornea as well as lens. If one could clearly understand what way these are degraded then one can reverse the degradation process. Anyway I am trying the following exercises. I am sharing my personal experiences. I am not making any claims. I am 48 year old. I have been wearing glasses since 14 years of age. I started with -1.25 and now it reached -3.0 by the time I was 30. About 2 years back I found I have have trouble seeing near objects as well thru my glasses. But I have no problem seeing the things without glasses I got bi-focals as well. But I hate them like hell. I had severe ddry eye syndrome about 5 years back. I tried every thing but it stayed and became worse with time. There were other health problems as well. Then about 3 years back I started drinking water 1 hour before meals as a way of curing my other health issues. The other health issues got resolved along with dry eye syndrome. But I do not want to stop there. I want my glasses off. Last 3 months I started the following exercises first thing in the morning - I stand facing a wall about 2 ft away from wall. I look at a point (about 1/2 cm circle) on the wall without blinking. The circle is at the height of my eyes. After about 20 second I move 4-6 inches towards the wall. Again I keep looking at the circle wihout blinking. I do not blink even when I move closuer to the wall. I keep moving towards the wall and looking at the point without blinking. When I am 6 inches from the wall, I would start moving away from the wall in the same away and would go away upto 3-4 feet away from wall in the same way. 4-6 inches at a time without blinking. When my eyes become strained and I can no longer avoid blinking I take rest for about 30 minutes blinking repeatedly. After that I start all over again. The idea is to repeat the above a number of times. Let the fluid flow from the eyes as much as you can do. I also change this in the following manner. Instead of moving towards and away from wall, you should move your head up and down. The idea is to look at the same point from the edges of your eye and then come back to the same stage without blinking. Then you have to move ur head from left to right. The basic guiding principles are - Slow movements with 20-30 second rest (holding in the same position without blinking). Moving your head instead of your eyes will not cause you to feel dizzy or uncomfortable. The fluid that leaves your eyes will make you feel extremely comfortable for the next 2-3 days. Ur dry eye syndrome will not be there in 3-4 days. You can expect the eye sight to improve in 3 to 6 months. I have got lot of relief but honestly I have not seen any permanent relief in reducing my numbers. Though there is lot of improvement in comfort and my numbers are no more deterioting. The above exercises also help in removing eye bags, dryness of skin just under eyes. Answered by Shanti Placeres 1 year ago.


Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?
there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets... Asked by Azzie Mcmillen 1 year ago.

my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this. He is utterly miserable and have changed food to holistic, bought expensive treatments from the vet. but im hoping somebody can help with a home remedy. He is just miserable THANK YOU Answered by Chet Gourley 1 year ago.

there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets bloody. In a few answers I read something about hot spots "smelling" I cannot notice any smell. could it just be from the itching, ? Answered by Mariella Guiel 1 year ago.

Itchy Dog Remedies Answered by Eleonore Dinicola 1 year ago.

I was just at the vet today talking about this same kind of thing about my dog. With my dog it is allergies. We give him shots twice a month and pills twice a day. He is still very itchy, but we have gotten it to the point that he doesn't scratch so much he has bald spots anymore. What seems to help a little is regular baths with an oatmeal shampoo (every other week). We also use a skin conditioner and brush him daily. He is a short haired dog, so it isn't too bad. Also, every time we bathe him we vacuum all the carpets and furniture. Answered by Moses Parks 1 year ago.

Temporary solutions are fine, however it isn't getting to the bottom of the problem. glad you changed the diet, hopefully to one without corn, wheat, soy, or by-products, and only one protein source that should not be chicken (lately it seems to be a problem with food allergy dogs) If this hasn't cleared up all the itching and hot spots, then you need to do some further studies, and I would recommend doing a thyroid panel. Have your vet send the blood to Michigan State (all the vets have the address) for a full analysis, and our thyroid expert, Dr. Jean Dodds recommends treating a low normal reading for an 8 week period to see if that helps. Hypothyroidism is one of the most under diagnosed health problems in all breeds, and can cause many serious problems if not treated. It's an inexpensive test, and treatment is extremely cheap, although treatment is for life. Answered by Dominque Venturella 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy? my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this.... Answered by Sandy Goeing 1 year ago.

Hey, In reply to this question, Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?, I say you that you might get some help from ASPCA Complete Dog Training Manual As you described; "my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in" it might help you. Good Luck :) Answered by Zackary Lichstein 1 year ago.


Terra-Cortril ointment for my cat's eye?
My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I... Asked by Gertrud Kagimoto 1 year ago.

My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I used it for a day and a half. It's like the eye got worse since using the ointment. I can't go back to the vet to find out what's going on. So my question is, could the ointment make the eye worse before it gets better, or what on earth is going on? Answered by Elizabet Jardine 1 year ago.

well, before you use this terra cotril ointment on your cats eyes do it to yourself!!!!! it stings like fricken hell and thats probs why it looks worse its better wet than dry believe me when i say that.my cat had a similar thing. When my cat had an eye problem I called the vet and they told me what to do over the phone. I can't guarantee that your cat has the same problem as my cat. My cat has stuff coming out of her eye which sometimes made her eye stick shut. I would describe it as a form of Conjunctivitus. First you need to disolve some salt in warm water. Next get some clean cotton wool and dip it in the solution and wipe your cats eye with it. I always used new cotton wool and I didn't dip the used cotton wool in the container again to stop the germs going everywhere. I did this about three times a day. It helped my cat the first time but she got it again a few months later. I tried the same method but it didn't work the second time so she went to the vet and was given eye drops. When she went to the vet the vet put drops in her eye to numb the pain and then had a good look all through her eye. The vet said that cats that go outside sometimes can get things caught in their eye and if left in there could damage their vision over time. Hope this helps you cat. Answered by Leon Hamar 1 year ago.

Terra Cortril Answered by Willie Listen 1 year ago.

I personally feel that people who advertise or make claims that they can cure anything are cheating. If there was any exercise or cure known to those people they would make it public and get the noble prize and make lot of money instead of fooling people for few bucks promising to pay back if the things do not work out. I tend to disagree with you as well. There is a certain way of degrading cornea as well as lens. If one could clearly understand what way these are degraded then one can reverse the degradation process. Anyway I am trying the following exercises. I am sharing my personal experiences. I am not making any claims. I am 48 year old. I have been wearing glasses since 14 years of age. I started with -1.25 and now it reached -3.0 by the time I was 30. About 2 years back I found I have have trouble seeing near objects as well thru my glasses. But I have no problem seeing the things without glasses I got bi-focals as well. But I hate them like hell. I had severe ddry eye syndrome about 5 years back. I tried every thing but it stayed and became worse with time. There were other health problems as well. Then about 3 years back I started drinking water 1 hour before meals as a way of curing my other health issues. The other health issues got resolved along with dry eye syndrome. But I do not want to stop there. I want my glasses off. Last 3 months I started the following exercises first thing in the morning - I stand facing a wall about 2 ft away from wall. I look at a point (about 1/2 cm circle) on the wall without blinking. The circle is at the height of my eyes. After about 20 second I move 4-6 inches towards the wall. Again I keep looking at the circle wihout blinking. I do not blink even when I move closuer to the wall. I keep moving towards the wall and looking at the point without blinking. When I am 6 inches from the wall, I would start moving away from the wall in the same away and would go away upto 3-4 feet away from wall in the same way. 4-6 inches at a time without blinking. When my eyes become strained and I can no longer avoid blinking I take rest for about 30 minutes blinking repeatedly. After that I start all over again. The idea is to repeat the above a number of times. Let the fluid flow from the eyes as much as you can do. I also change this in the following manner. Instead of moving towards and away from wall, you should move your head up and down. The idea is to look at the same point from the edges of your eye and then come back to the same stage without blinking. Then you have to move ur head from left to right. The basic guiding principles are - Slow movements with 20-30 second rest (holding in the same position without blinking). Moving your head instead of your eyes will not cause you to feel dizzy or uncomfortable. The fluid that leaves your eyes will make you feel extremely comfortable for the next 2-3 days. Ur dry eye syndrome will not be there in 3-4 days. You can expect the eye sight to improve in 3 to 6 months. I have got lot of relief but honestly I have not seen any permanent relief in reducing my numbers. Though there is lot of improvement in comfort and my numbers are no more deterioting. The above exercises also help in removing eye bags, dryness of skin just under eyes. Answered by Yolonda Clerico 1 year ago.


Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?
there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets... Asked by Garnett Brandeis 1 year ago.

my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this. He is utterly miserable and have changed food to holistic, bought expensive treatments from the vet. but im hoping somebody can help with a home remedy. He is just miserable THANK YOU Answered by Philip Cardova 1 year ago.

there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets bloody. In a few answers I read something about hot spots "smelling" I cannot notice any smell. could it just be from the itching, ? Answered by Marita Helfin 1 year ago.

Itchy Dog Remedies Answered by Elda Deighton 1 year ago.

I was just at the vet today talking about this same kind of thing about my dog. With my dog it is allergies. We give him shots twice a month and pills twice a day. He is still very itchy, but we have gotten it to the point that he doesn't scratch so much he has bald spots anymore. What seems to help a little is regular baths with an oatmeal shampoo (every other week). We also use a skin conditioner and brush him daily. He is a short haired dog, so it isn't too bad. Also, every time we bathe him we vacuum all the carpets and furniture. Answered by Kum Deanhardt 1 year ago.

Temporary solutions are fine, however it isn't getting to the bottom of the problem. glad you changed the diet, hopefully to one without corn, wheat, soy, or by-products, and only one protein source that should not be chicken (lately it seems to be a problem with food allergy dogs) If this hasn't cleared up all the itching and hot spots, then you need to do some further studies, and I would recommend doing a thyroid panel. Have your vet send the blood to Michigan State (all the vets have the address) for a full analysis, and our thyroid expert, Dr. Jean Dodds recommends treating a low normal reading for an 8 week period to see if that helps. Hypothyroidism is one of the most under diagnosed health problems in all breeds, and can cause many serious problems if not treated. It's an inexpensive test, and treatment is extremely cheap, although treatment is for life. Answered by Silvana Feister 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy? my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this.... Answered by Scarlett Marasco 1 year ago.

Hey, In reply to this question, Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?, I say you that you might get some help from ASPCA Complete Dog Training Manual As you described; "my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in" it might help you. Good Luck :) Answered by Kathey Burgett 1 year ago.


Terra-Cortril ointment for my cat's eye?
My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I... Asked by Sonny Gaba 1 year ago.

My cat had a teary eye for a week, but except for the occasional tears the eye looked normal. So I took her to the vet to find out why it teared. She said it's better to have a teary eye than a dry eye. Anyway, she said there's a slight inflammation in the eye, so she gave me Terra-Cortril for the eye. I used it for a day and a half. It's like the eye got worse since using the ointment. I can't go back to the vet to find out what's going on. So my question is, could the ointment make the eye worse before it gets better, or what on earth is going on? Answered by Kathrine Vanderveen 1 year ago.

well, before you use this terra cotril ointment on your cats eyes do it to yourself!!!!! it stings like fricken hell and thats probs why it looks worse its better wet than dry believe me when i say that.my cat had a similar thing. When my cat had an eye problem I called the vet and they told me what to do over the phone. I can't guarantee that your cat has the same problem as my cat. My cat has stuff coming out of her eye which sometimes made her eye stick shut. I would describe it as a form of Conjunctivitus. First you need to disolve some salt in warm water. Next get some clean cotton wool and dip it in the solution and wipe your cats eye with it. I always used new cotton wool and I didn't dip the used cotton wool in the container again to stop the germs going everywhere. I did this about three times a day. It helped my cat the first time but she got it again a few months later. I tried the same method but it didn't work the second time so she went to the vet and was given eye drops. When she went to the vet the vet put drops in her eye to numb the pain and then had a good look all through her eye. The vet said that cats that go outside sometimes can get things caught in their eye and if left in there could damage their vision over time. Hope this helps you cat. Answered by Maximina Rodgerson 1 year ago.

Terra Cortril Answered by Concha Rannells 1 year ago.

I personally feel that people who advertise or make claims that they can cure anything are cheating. If there was any exercise or cure known to those people they would make it public and get the noble prize and make lot of money instead of fooling people for few bucks promising to pay back if the things do not work out. I tend to disagree with you as well. There is a certain way of degrading cornea as well as lens. If one could clearly understand what way these are degraded then one can reverse the degradation process. Anyway I am trying the following exercises. I am sharing my personal experiences. I am not making any claims. I am 48 year old. I have been wearing glasses since 14 years of age. I started with -1.25 and now it reached -3.0 by the time I was 30. About 2 years back I found I have have trouble seeing near objects as well thru my glasses. But I have no problem seeing the things without glasses I got bi-focals as well. But I hate them like hell. I had severe ddry eye syndrome about 5 years back. I tried every thing but it stayed and became worse with time. There were other health problems as well. Then about 3 years back I started drinking water 1 hour before meals as a way of curing my other health issues. The other health issues got resolved along with dry eye syndrome. But I do not want to stop there. I want my glasses off. Last 3 months I started the following exercises first thing in the morning - I stand facing a wall about 2 ft away from wall. I look at a point (about 1/2 cm circle) on the wall without blinking. The circle is at the height of my eyes. After about 20 second I move 4-6 inches towards the wall. Again I keep looking at the circle wihout blinking. I do not blink even when I move closuer to the wall. I keep moving towards the wall and looking at the point without blinking. When I am 6 inches from the wall, I would start moving away from the wall in the same away and would go away upto 3-4 feet away from wall in the same way. 4-6 inches at a time without blinking. When my eyes become strained and I can no longer avoid blinking I take rest for about 30 minutes blinking repeatedly. After that I start all over again. The idea is to repeat the above a number of times. Let the fluid flow from the eyes as much as you can do. I also change this in the following manner. Instead of moving towards and away from wall, you should move your head up and down. The idea is to look at the same point from the edges of your eye and then come back to the same stage without blinking. Then you have to move ur head from left to right. The basic guiding principles are - Slow movements with 20-30 second rest (holding in the same position without blinking). Moving your head instead of your eyes will not cause you to feel dizzy or uncomfortable. The fluid that leaves your eyes will make you feel extremely comfortable for the next 2-3 days. Ur dry eye syndrome will not be there in 3-4 days. You can expect the eye sight to improve in 3 to 6 months. I have got lot of relief but honestly I have not seen any permanent relief in reducing my numbers. Though there is lot of improvement in comfort and my numbers are no more deterioting. The above exercises also help in removing eye bags, dryness of skin just under eyes. Answered by Gaston Teitsort 1 year ago.


Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?
there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets... Asked by Adella Crevier 1 year ago.

my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this. He is utterly miserable and have changed food to holistic, bought expensive treatments from the vet. but im hoping somebody can help with a home remedy. He is just miserable THANK YOU Answered by Ruby Sauler 1 year ago.

there are tiny red sores (not bumbs) along his back, where he itches. The vet said is could be related to diet so i switched to a very good food, while it improoved his coat the red bumps still are there. It does not seem like a bug of any sort it may just be where he itches that will turn into a hot spot that gets bloody. In a few answers I read something about hot spots "smelling" I cannot notice any smell. could it just be from the itching, ? Answered by Dee Starr 1 year ago.

Itchy Dog Remedies Answered by Felipe Stingel 1 year ago.

I was just at the vet today talking about this same kind of thing about my dog. With my dog it is allergies. We give him shots twice a month and pills twice a day. He is still very itchy, but we have gotten it to the point that he doesn't scratch so much he has bald spots anymore. What seems to help a little is regular baths with an oatmeal shampoo (every other week). We also use a skin conditioner and brush him daily. He is a short haired dog, so it isn't too bad. Also, every time we bathe him we vacuum all the carpets and furniture. Answered by Percy Coachys 1 year ago.

Temporary solutions are fine, however it isn't getting to the bottom of the problem. glad you changed the diet, hopefully to one without corn, wheat, soy, or by-products, and only one protein source that should not be chicken (lately it seems to be a problem with food allergy dogs) If this hasn't cleared up all the itching and hot spots, then you need to do some further studies, and I would recommend doing a thyroid panel. Have your vet send the blood to Michigan State (all the vets have the address) for a full analysis, and our thyroid expert, Dr. Jean Dodds recommends treating a low normal reading for an 8 week period to see if that helps. Hypothyroidism is one of the most under diagnosed health problems in all breeds, and can cause many serious problems if not treated. It's an inexpensive test, and treatment is extremely cheap, although treatment is for life. Answered by Dorethea Sprinkle 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy? my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in places. Does anybody know of a natural home remedy for hot spots and to cleanse or moisturize dogs skin to prevent this.... Answered by Meghan Goren 1 year ago.

Hey, In reply to this question, Please help soothe my dogs horribly itchy skin. Home remedy?, I say you that you might get some help from ASPCA Complete Dog Training Manual As you described; "my dog has sort of suddenly began itching profusely. Does not have fleas. (use frontline regally and double checked) He has been itching so bad that he has made his skin raw in" it might help you. Good Luck :) Answered by Kimber Ackers 1 year ago.


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