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Vestibular Disease in Cats

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Careful monitoring is necessary during recovery from vestibular disease. Administer all prescribed medications and make sure your pet is slowly improving. Any relapse or worsening of signs should prompt an examination by your veterinarian.

Those animals with peripheral vestibular disease, full recovery is expected within two weeks. A residual head tilt may be permanent.

Those animals with central vestibular disease may not fully recover. Follow up is based on the extent of treatment. Those patients undergoing surgery or radiation will need extensive follow up care with scheduled veterinary examinations and may need lifetime medication.

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