If your cat is exhibiting symptoms of feline hyperthyroidism, you may be curious about treatment options. There are several ways to treat feline hyperthyroidism, but not all are equally effective and convenient for both you and your cat.
Feline hyperthyroidism natural treatment options are often considered by pet owners. Some of these treatments include, but are not limited to:
This may be attractive to many pet owners – who wouldn’t want to address a potentially fatal disorder by simply switching cat food brands? – but the truth is, most natural treatments for hyperthyroidism in cats are not considered effective by veterinarians. Many of these natural options have not had their claims tested. Some may even be harmful to your cat. In fact, by not addressing feline hyperthyroidism head on and with radioactive iodine therapy, you could be doing more harm than good.
Established, conventional methods for treating feline hyperthyroidism symptoms have a proven record of success. Some even have minimal side effects. Some of these methods include:
Feline hyperthyroidism is difficult for cat owners and their pets alike. It can be fatal if not treated. However, if treated quickly and effectively with radioiodine therapy, cats can make a full recovery. If your cat is experiencing symptoms of feline hyperthyroidism, contact your veterinarian immediately and ask them about radioiodine therapy.
Learn more about treatment options for your cat's hyperthyroidism: Feline Hyperthyroidism Treatment Options.