Calici: Vaccinating for Calicivirus is important because the virus can stay alive in the cat, hidden in the nervous system, with no clinical signs until the conditions are right for it to reproduce. It’s just inflammation around the follicles in your nose from all the irritation of blowing/rubbing your nose. bottom line is, if you are concerned, be seen and get a proper exam done. Treatment of this condition consist of 1. Cats can shed Calicivirus in their feces or urine, but they can also shed it with coughing and discharge from the nose and mouth. They’re also called fever blisters…but you don’t have a fever when you get them. Acyclovir group of drugs as antiviral agents.
3. If the FeLV/FIV status is unknown in your cats, you should test them before initiating treatment. This is one of the ways. For pain, you can take nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs. 5. Streptococcus: Strep is uncommon, but when cats are exposed to humans with strep throat, it can affect them as well. 6.
If indicated some local antimicrobial agents are also considered. 7. Several studies have shown that letting the virus run its course without an antibiotic is a recipe for treatment failure – bacterial issues will complicate the virus.TREATMENT Vaccines help with the severity of Herpes and Calici by giving prior protection. 8. Diet should be nutritious and must contain some fresh fruits. Home remedies are not of much help in this condition. L-Lysine, such as Duralactin® Feline L-Lysine or easy-to-give Enisyl-F® Lysine Treats, has been effective against Herpesvirus when used early or in chronic cases.
Because using any other thing except medicines may lead to post herpetic neuralgia which a painful condition.