So sorry for the worry, LM. For the tummy, I'd try slippery elm or marshmallow, whichever he'll take to sooth/help heal. It would make any meds less absorbable so would do it apart from that. I agree about not doing anything processed for a bit, too. If you feed any grains, I would cook the bejeezuz out of it, like a loose congee. I think barley water type stuff can be very soothing for tummies, too, and is usually easily accepted.
When MP wouldn't eat for the first and only time, Mirtazapine was GREAT. Since he was eating well right after the previous doses, I have a feeling that's not what's making him feel icky, but I guess it could start to not work as well,too. FOr humans who use it as an antidepressant, you're supposed to wean yourself off of Mirtazapine—no animal person told me I need to, but I did anyway with MP. I tapered off over 2 or 3 days, I think.
No puking since that one time, though, right? I wonder if his appetite is related to how much his wrist is bothering him?
Everyone if different, but the pbx I feel like I am pretty sure has worked (as opposed to just an inkling...
) is this Garden of Life one (http://www.gardenoflife.com/Products-fo ... spx)—Whole
Foods has it for sure, most co-ops have it in town. Kind of pricey, but it has a lot of cultures in there. (30 billion per cap; I split mine, usually.)
Does he willingly drink water? If not, and if he is eating less, I would give broth (pref homemade or not without all the salts and things) or something to encourage fluid intake so he'll flush out the ickies, too. Check gums for dehydration, etc.
Hugs sent your way!! Lemme know if I can do anything locally!