Animal Health & Disease Management



This condition is due to an accumulation of pus in the uterus and can occur after chronic endometritis or may result from the death of an embryo or fetus with subsequent infection by Corynobacterium pyogenes bacteria. The situation may persist undetected for some time and may be confused for pregnancy. 

Clinical Signs

  • Enlarged uterus.
  • Discharge of pus when the cow lies down.


  • Uterus palpataion by a veterinarian.
  • Uterus scan

Recommended Treatment

  • Treatment used by estrogens and oxytocin according to veterinary advice.

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