Horse Overcame Ovarian Cancer Without Surgery
Author: Mindy S.
Word Count: 587
Questions Received: 6
Testimonial ID: 9473-OR
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I rode dressage and did a lot of studying, practicing, taking lessons, and attending clinics. I hauled Abby all over the valley where we lived and hours away to ride in the mountains, trail riding by ourselves and with others. Abby was always very laid back and easy going whether we were alone or with a group of horses. She got along with everyone.
Then one summer my normally sweet mare turned into a raging wild thing! She began attacking other horses and then turned that rage on me, ears pinned, teeth bared. Quickly I decided to get her to the vet to see what was going on. Was she in pain? What the heck was happening? She was unrideable.
The vet started with some blood tests which showed high levels of testosterone in her system. Her levels were twice what a stallion would have during the height of breeding season. After doing an ultrasound, the vet found a Grapefruit-sized tumor on one of her ovaries. This was the root of all the aggressive behavior.
The tumor was so large that the vet was going to have to remove it through her flank. They would have to take the tumor and the ovary. This was going to be a major surgery. We scheduled it for a week from her diagnosis.
My Aunt Sara called me during this weeklong wait and asked if Abby and I would help her make a video about applying the oils to animals. She had the dog and the cat but needed a horse and a nice barn setting to film in. I agreed after telling her how dangerous Abby had become because of her tumor.
Aunt Sara said we would use a lot of Peace & Calming and hope that that would help Abby relax. This sounded good to me! I needed a lot of Peace & Calming myself to help me deal with all the stress I had been feeling over the tumor!
I found a barn that would allow us to film, and we went ahead with the project.
We had a wonderful time making the DVD. There was lots of laughter and silliness, and through it all Abby only tried to bite, paw, and kick at us a tiny bit. After applying what felt like an entire bottle of Peace & Calming to her knees and chest (and allowing her to smell and taste it), we were able to get on with the show!
When I took Abby back to the vet for her surgery, he wanted to do another ultrasound to check on the size of the tumor to be sure it hadn't gotten any larger.
Instead what he found was that it was gone. GONE. Vanished, without a trace. He was stunned. He said he had never witnessed a tumor of that size just disappearing! He asked what I did, and I told him about the oils and the DVD that my aunt and I had done. He was absolutely wowed and told me to keep up the good work!
Abby walked out of there with a clean bill of health. Years ago I sold her to a great home where she foaled a few lovely foals and gave her new owner's kids riding lessons. She is now 20 years old and is retired from breeding but still living a healthy, happy life!
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