A. If the vaginal hyperplasia has been diagnosed correctly (so basically ruled out tumors and other potential diseases of the vagina), I would say absolutely not,it cannot kill her.
Vaginal hyperplasia is a proliferation of the vaginal mucosa, usually originating from the floor of the vagina near the front of the urethral opening and occurs during or just prior to the dog being â€œin heat;â€ it's a result of estrogenic stimulation. So it will disappear or reduce its volume at the end of the heat.
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