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- Features soy extract plus pumpkin seed extracts
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A normal bladder has a capacity of 400 to 500 milliliters. During normal urination, ring like bands of muscles known as sphincters relax or contract to either stop or start the flow of urine. During urination, the bladder walls contract or relax as well. It is important to keep these muscles toned and strong as we age for optimal urinary and bladder health.
The Flotrol Bladder Control Formula can help strengthen these muscles while also having a unique calming effect on the bladder. It is a combination of soy germ extract and lipid-free pumpkin seed extract. Soy is considered to be beneficial for maintaining a healthy bladder. The use of pumpkin seed dates back to 16th century when it was used for urinary tract health.
In a clinical study, subjects were given a tablet that contained a combination of pumpkin seed and soybean germ extracts over a period of several weeks. Measurements were taken for frequency of urination during the day and night, any emergency episodes and the degree of satisfaction. Marked improvement in urinary tract health and quality of life was shown after the first week with further improvement after the second week and, compared with the pretrial observational period, continued to improve throughout week six.
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January 9, 2018. PROVET HEALTHCARE INFORMATION - Bladder Tumours (http://www.provet.co.uk/health/diseases/bladdertumo urs.htm)
WebMD veterinary expert answers commonly asked questions about cancer in cats, including how common it is, what the symptoms are, and what the survival rate is.
January 18, 2018. Feline Bladder Cancer | Common Cat Diseases (http://common-cat-diseases.com/feline-bladder-cance r/)
Overview of Feline Urinary Bladder Cancer. Urinary bladder tumors are rare in cats, but of the possible cancers, transitional cell carcinoma is the most commonly diagnosed. This is a malignant cancer usually arising from the inside surface of the urinary bladder or urethra and less commonly from the muscular wall of the urinary tract.
January 13, 2018. Feline Bladder Cancer - Pet Health Care (http://www.pethealthandcare.com/cat-health/cat-blad der-cancer.html)
CANINE BLADDER CANCER by Deborah W. Knapp, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM Cancer of the urinary tract in dogs can affect the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, prostate, or...
January 5, 2018. Transitional cell carcinoma - Cat - Vetbook (http://vetbook.org/wiki/cat/index.php/Transitional_ cell_carcinoma)
WebMD discusses cat bladder and urinary tract problems and infections including symptoms, causes, and treatments. Skip to main content... infection or cancer.
January 22, 2018. Bladder Cancer Feline - Cat Health Guide (http://www.cat-health-guide.org/bladder-cancer-feli ne.html)
Rhabdomyosarcoma is a very rare metastasizing (spreading), and malignant type of tumor. It may derive from stem cells, or originate in the striated muscle that...
January 14, 2018. Cancer in cats - Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cancer_in_cats)
Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Renal, Bladder and Urethra in Cats. Transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) is a malignant (aggressive) and metastasizing (spreading...
January 10, 2018. Bladder Tumors and Bladder Cancer in Dogs and Cats - BluePearl (https://bluepearlvet.com/medical-articles/bladder-t umors/)
The most common tumours of the bladder in both cats and dogs are Transition Cell Carcinoma (TCC) - which is a malignant cancer of the epithelial lining. Exposure to insecticidal "dips" (not other methods of insecticidal treatment) is a risk factor for the development of bladder cancer.
January 7, 2018. Bladder Cancer in Cats and Dogs - Pet Cancer Center (http://www.petcancercenter.org/Cancer_Types_Bladder.html)
Cat Bladder Tumor Unfortunately there are several different types of Cat Cancer which your cat will be prone to and bladder tumors are one of them. Althoug
January 12, 2018. Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Urinary Tract in Cats... (https://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/cancer/c_ct_ur inary_carcinoma)
Bladder cancer is much more common in dogs than cats, but TCC accounts for less than 1% of all reported cancers in dogs. TCC can occur in any breed but is most common in Shetland sheepdogs, Scottish terriers, wirehair fox terriers, West Highland terriers, and beagles.
January 16, 2018. Bladder - All Feline Hospital located, 2300 S. 48th St... (http://www.allfelinehospital.com/bladder.pml)
While the causes of cancer in cats are unknown... They are commonly used to present tumors of the lung, gastrointestinal tract, bladder, and other internal organs.
January 6, 2018. Prevent Feline Bladder Cancer - Natural Cat Health (http://naturalcathealth.com/feline-bladder-cancer/)
Doctor answers on Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and More: Dr. Daneshfar on feline bladder cancer: It is a cancer involving the lining of the bladder that will spread into the muscle layers of the bladder if left untreated. It is a malignant condition that requires surgery to diagnose and as an initial form of therapy.
January 20, 2018. Feline Bladder Cancer Symptoms - Vetinfo.com (https://www.vetinfo.com/feline-bladder-cancer-sympt oms.html)
Urinary bladder cancer in cats is characterized by an abnormal growth of cells within the urinary bladder. The most common type urinary bladder cancer seen in cats is rooted from a tumor called transitional cell carcinoma (TCC).
January 17, 2018. How Can I Help My Cat Who Has Bladder Cancer? | Catster (http://www.catster.com/lifestyle/cat-health-cats-bl adder-cancer)
Bladder cancer. Very rare in cats, thankfully, but almost identical to cancer in the kidneys. It is usually caused by either lymphoma or transitional cell carcinoma, so we will often treat presumptively with piroxicam in the hope that it is transitional cell carcinoma and so will respond to the piroxicam.
January 15, 2018. VSSO - Bladder Tumors Feline (https://vsso.org/index.php/education-new/cancer-inf ormation-new/cancer-in-cats-by-tumor-type-new/9-edu cation-1/education/293-bladder-tumors-feline)
Bladder cancer in cats is a form of cancer that could either be categorized as a squamous cell carcinoma, an adenocarcinoma, or another type of carcinoma. Cat bladder cancer is usually suspected in older cats that end up having recurring urinary tract infections.
January 21, 2018. Urinary Bladder Cancer (Rhabdomyosarcoma) in Cats | petMD (https://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/urinary/c_ct_r habdomyosarcoma_urinary_bladder)
The most common tumors affecting feline bladders include the transitional cell carcinomas. The bladder cancer symptoms may be visible starting from the early stages of the cancer, so it is possible to detect it and apply treatment in a timely manner to avoid severe complications.
January 11, 2018. Canine Bladder Cancer - Purdue University (https://www.vet.purdue.edu/pcop/files/docs/CanineUr inaryBladderCancer.pdf)
Bladder cancer in dogs and cats is a tumor of the cells lining the organ that collects urine excreted by the kidneys. The most common type of bladder cancer is transitional cell carcinoma. Other less common cancers include adenocarcinomas, squamous cell carcinomas, and fibromas.
January 19, 2018. Feline Bladder Cancer - Feline Instincts (https://felineinstincts.com/feline-bladder-cancer/)
Feline bladder cancer can develop if your cat is exposed to carcinogens. This can occur if your cat takes certain medications to treat other forms of cancer. Cats given various tick or flea dips may also develop the condition.
January 8, 2018. Cancer in Cats: Types, Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment (https://pets.webmd.com/cats/guide/cancer-in-cats-ty pes-symptoms-prevention-and-treatment)
What are bladder tumors? Bladder is the organ that collects urine excreted by the kidneys prior to disposal by urination. The most common type of bladder cancer is called transitional cell carcinoma (TCC), which arises from the epithelial cells that line the bladder.
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