My 3 yr old cat has been diagnosed with lower motor neuron bladder atony (nerve function to …

My 3 yr old cat has been diagnosed with
lower motor neuron bladder atony (nerve function to the bladder does not work. My husband doesn’t believe our vet. I don’t know what to do… his bladder is huge. He won’t let me express him all the time. I think I might be hurting him. I think we might have to put him down. What should I do?

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Krista Magnifico
20 days ago

Hello,
If you are questioning a diagnosis then seek a second opinion from another vet or ask for a referral to a neurologist. Either way don’t forget to keep checking the bladder by palpitation. Your vet can show you how to do this. And making sure it is jet empty as much as possible