My vet prescribed my cat tresaderm and now she's been sneezing. Is this normal? She has a yeast infection in her ears. She's been sleeping slot. She wAin't sneezing until I put the drops in. My vet never told me to refrigeratOr
Hi, K! If the Tresadem was originally refrigerated it should keep at room temperature for some 48-72hrs unless you live in the tropics or desert. It isn't going to become dangerous but ir may lose effectiveness.
I doubt the Tresaderm is the actual cause of her sneezing: more likely it's causing some initial irritation in the ears that's being referred to her nose. The dexamethasone (steroid) in the product should soon relive that initial inflammation.
Good luck and best wishes, WCV
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