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    Default Vibes needed for Sooty - update post 31 She's back in again!

    My baby needs your vibes. Sooty's had to go back to the vet's because they *think* she *might* be having a rare reaction to her myxi booster Her back legs are all wonky and then her eyes sort of went staring and glazed over http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...d.php?t=176081
    Has anyone else ever had this happen or have you heard of it happening to anyone's bun?
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    oh no! poor sooty!
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    I have not had a Bun have an adverse reaction to a Myxo Vac

    I do hope Sooty will be OK

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    Oh no, poor Sooty, sending lots of vibes x


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    My bun Tippex Porkychicken collapsed the day after her mxyi vac last year. It turned out to be caused by e. cuniculi: the stress of having been spayed, treated for mites, rehomed, introduced to other rabbits and then her vaccine, over the space of a few weeks was too much for her body to deal with. She's fine now, and has never had a vaccine reaction since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilbun View Post
    My bun Tippex Porkychicken collapsed the day after her mxyi vac last year. It turned out to be caused by e. cuniculi: the stress of having been spayed, treated for mites, rehomed, introduced to other rabbits and then her vaccine, over the space of a few weeks was too much for her body to deal with. She's fine now, and has never had a vaccine reaction since.
    Was it a Nobivac vaccine? E.C was one of the other things they mentioned. They're keeping her in because they don't know what it is - she isn't showing any other signs of EC. Thank goodness I changed my vets - I'm using the vet school in Edinburgh now so at least it's some comfort knowing she's in good hands.

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    Oh dear Big Vibes for Sooty

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    Quote Originally Posted by fionabisset View Post
    Was it a Nobivac vaccine? E.C was one of the other things they mentioned. They're keeping her in because they don't know what it is - she isn't showing any other signs of EC. Thank goodness I changed my vets - I'm using the vet school in Edinburgh now so at least it's some comfort knowing she's in good hands.
    I think it was Nobivac myxo. I'm not saying the vaccine was at fault, just that too many stresses at once can trigger an episode of e.c. Hopefully they are treating for that anyway. Mine had an anti-inflammatory, fenbendazole, septrin and supportive treatment (i.v. fluids and intensive nursing). They don't always have all the symptoms.

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    Sending loads of vibes foe Sooty xxx
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    Sending lots of vibes for Sooty

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