Prevention of cow's birth canal inflammation in early spring

Cows are usually spring-matched and produce calves in the winter or the following spring. Therefore, cows produce birth canal inflammation occurs in winter or early spring. Cow origin inflammation includes vulvitis, vestibulitis, and vaginitis, and is a common postpartum cow disease.

Cows have suffered from this disease, and often appear to be uncomfortable with arches, tilted tails, increased frequency of urination, loss of appetite, and depression. Some diseased cows have swollen external genitalia. Exudates are excreted in the vulva. Dry cockroaches form on or around the vulva. During the vaginal examination, symptoms such as redness, swelling, heat, and pain were found. Some of them also showed bleeding spots, ulcers, or epithelial shedding of the mucosa.

Prevention methods: (1) Strengthen the management of cows postpartum, especially if cows do not give birth after birth. 2 For already sick cattle, rinse the genitals with 0.1% potassium permanganate solution or 2% soda water. If edema occurs in the vaginal mucosa, flush with 5% warm saline; if the vagina is out of serous secretions, flush with 3% citric acid or 3% alum. After rinsing, smear may be smeared with sulfonamide or boric acid ointment. The wound surface and ulcer surface can be coated with iodine glycerin solution. 3 For chronic and intractable vaginitis, 50 grams of peeled garlic can be crushed and rolled into the vagina with gauze. Each time it stays for 2 hours, once a day for 8 days, the effect is particularly obvious.

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