I have an Am. Alpine named Hannah. She will be 2 next April. I got her in Sept. 06'. At that time she had a very small udder as a 6 month old and it was a lttle hard. The breeder said not worry about it. It got much larger though, to the size of a milker. It was hot and hard and lop sidded. We had the vet out and we got 12 tubes of cow treatment and 4 shots. I gave them to her and nothing changed. I was also milking the fluid out and massaging it. It just got bigger. He gave her a shot of hormone correcter and I completly stopped doing everything. Well, amazingly it shrunk!!!!! It is hardly lop-sided, not hot, and much smaller. He also said to get her bred, so we did. The buck's owner said her udder might blow up. Please explain that. Is there anything I can do to give her a more speedy recovery?