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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Hopping View Post
    Jane, where's this Kerecis at local store? I can't find it in Canada. Shouldn't this be something available everywhere? have you try it?

    Jason, I wouldn't go using stuff on a wound unless it's been OK'd by a vet. Seriously
    (You don't have to go in, you can phone or email ...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    No, I have not tried it and as I said, please dont do so without first seeking professional advice.

    It may be very difficult for your Rabbit's skin lesion to heal given that from what you have said there is no active blood supply to the area.

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    ''About Kerecis

    Kerecis develops regenerative technologies based on fish skin and Omega3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. The initial Kerecis product, Kerecis Omega3 Wound, has been approved by the FDA and European regulatory authorities for wound healing. The technology is patented in the United States and multiple other countries. The Kerecis wound-healing product has a Medicare Q code Q4158, allowing it to be easily identified and processed by Medicare and private insurance companies. Production takes place in the Kerecis manufacturing facilities in Iceland. For more information, visit
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    well, there was some blood on Jan. 2. and it seems at that time, the wound looks deeper. But it's hard for me to check as the honey is now sealed that spot.

    here's a photo of the wound on Jan. 2

    https://imgur.com/a/3SN15

    I'm going to watch it closely for 10 days. If it still doesn't heal, I'll call the vet. The wound that required stitching, is less than 1 cm below the wound that you guys are seeing , and that wound HEALED perfectly.

    So there is no reason for this wound not to heal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Hopping View Post
    well, there was some blood on Jan. 2. and it seems at that time, the wound looks deeper. But it's hard for me to check as the honey is now sealed that spot.

    here's a photo of the wound on Jan. 2

    https://imgur.com/a/3SN15

    I'm going to watch it closely for 10 days. If it still doesn't heal, I'll call the vet. The wound that required stitching, is less than 1 cm below the wound that you guys are seeing , and that wound HEALED perfectly.

    So there is no reason for this wound not to heal
    If there are cancer cells in the tissue that would make full healing an issue. But as I keep saying, it really is only a Vet who can give you advice about how best to manage the condition. None of us on here these days are Veterinary qualified. Sadly the Vets who used to be frequent contributors are no longer able to do so.



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    alright, I'll show the photo to my vet. I just find it strange that knowing there is skin cancer, the deeper wound so close to this one was healed, but this tiny thin skin wound won't healed. Once again, thanks everyone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Hopping View Post
    alright, I'll show the photo to my vet. I just find it strange that knowing there is skin cancer, the deeper wound so close to this one was healed, but this tiny thin skin wound won't healed. Once again, thanks everyone
    That's OK, hopefully your Vet will be able to advise you about how best to proceed xx



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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Hopping View Post
    alright, I'll show the photo to my vet. I just find it strange that knowing there is skin cancer, the deeper wound so close to this one was healed, but this tiny thin skin wound won't healed. Once again, thanks everyone

    You're welcome

    Jason, there are all sorts of reasons why a wound won't heal. It's nothing you're doing or not doing, but to do with the nature of the wound itself.

    I am so glad you will consult your vet about this. They can explain why this wound is behaving different to normal.
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