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    So sorry, I have only just seen this thread. Sending zillions of healing vibes for your boy and hoping he is soon eating again. I have a bun with a very sensitive tummy and have been through several bouts of stasis with him - I know how awful it can be and how worrying it is. Thinking of you and Sylar and hoping there is soon some improvement. Xxx

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    Sorry I've only just seen this. Runs of bad bunny luck have happened to most of us I'm sure, although that is no comfort when you are experiencing episodes like this. I hope he recovers & is home real soon. Blood glucose goes up when they are stressed too I think, I'd take that as a good sign he is settled there - its heartbreaking leaving them xx

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    How long should it take to see improvments? He stopped eating around 5am and he was eating before that. He was in the vets by 6am for his first lot of meds. We took him back at 5pm and he has been on fluids etc since then and he's had more drugs. I caught it so quickly i feel like i should be seeing results by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyroller88 View Post
    How long should it take to see improvments? He stopped eating around 5am and he was eating before that. He was in the vets by 6am for his first lot of meds. We took him back at 5pm and he has been on fluids etc since then and he's had more drugs. I caught it so quickly i feel like i should be seeing results by now.
    You certainly couldn't have caught it in any earlier & that always goes in their favour. How long til they show progress is anyones guess, depends on the bunny & the cause I guess & whether the meds they try work.

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    They vets have rang again to find out what his favourite veggies are so they can send someone out to get them.
    Still not eaten himself or pooed but he has had a wee.

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    Am sending loads of vibes for Sylar. A non-eating bunny is incredibly stressful.
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    Your vets do seem to be very caring I am also pleased that they are updating you often. I know that some of the updates were given as a result of you phoning them, but even so I have seen reports of vets saying they will ring back etc.

    I also think the fact that they are going out to get his favourite veggies to try must be a good sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    You certainly couldn't have caught it in any earlier & that always goes in their favour. How long til they show progress is anyones guess, depends on the bunny & the cause I guess & whether the meds they try work.
    Exactly this. Elijah has many, many stasis episodes and in his case (my vets x-ray loads!) he often has 'something' slowly passing through his digestive system that's causing him issues. While he's in stasis this can take 24 hours plus to work it's way through, then he has to feel like eating after the trauma of it all. Even though you caught it early there could be some such reason that just needs time, TLC, meds etc to work it's way through.

    I hope you get positive news soon, my bunnies have turned me grey with episodes like these! Elijah alone has had at least 25 admissions for stasis ....


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    No change in gut movements so they are going to try and do an xray

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyroller88 View Post
    They vets have rang again to find out what his favourite veggies are so they can send someone out to get them.
    Still not eaten himself or pooed but he has had a wee.

    It seems your vets can't do enough for him, which is great. You have done everything you could, as soon as you could. I don't think there's anything more you could have done.

    Sending vibes for him xx

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