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Thread: Lord H- U/D 12th July - Another Seizure-- Severe :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky-O View Post
    Is this a dysautonomia 'thing' Jane, or another 'thing'?
    Without a lot more diagnostics, which at the moment would not be in his best interests to do, it's impossible to say for certain. But it is likely to be related to the dysautonomia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Without a lot more diagnostics, which at the moment would not be in his best interests to do, it's impossible to say for certain. But it is likely to be related to the dysautonomia.
    Poor chap. Tis such a nasty condition.
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    For anyone interested this is what is 'normal' poo for Lord H



    As you can see he can pass enormous oval fecal poo. It took over a year to get him from passing almost liquid fecals all day every day to this. It is very important that he has a good fluid intake. If a large fecal poo became impacted and dehydrated he'd be in big trouble.

    If he has any pellet feed at all his fecals go back to liquid again.

    Many of you have seen this video before, which shows how it is actually possible to see how his GI tract is effected every day

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdAjaB0_xuo

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    You're such a dedicated bunny mum.
    I'm actually impressed by his faecal pellets in all honesty.
    How do you manage to get him to drink enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphnephoebe View Post
    You're such a dedicated bunny mum.
    I'm actually impressed by his faecal pellets in all honesty.
    How do you manage to get him to drink enough?

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    He absolutely LOVES warm peppermint tea with a pinch of Avipro Plus in it. I have had some flack for giving him Avipro, but IMHO it has been a HUGE benefit to him. He has a small bowl full of tea in the morning and another in the evening. He also drinks plain water throughout the day. He eats a massive amount of hay and that makes him thirsty so he always drinks well.

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    Awh bless him. Why can I now imagine him drinking out of a little tea cup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphnephoebe View Post
    Awh bless him. Why can I now imagine him drinking out of a little tea cup?

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    He slurps away from a ceramic bowl !

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    Enjoying his peppermint tea just now


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    It's interesting to see his poop, I'm so glad you knew what to do to keep him on track

    I can visualise him drinking tea from a tea cup too

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    He's gorgeous! Pleased he is doing better. I love that he drinks peppermint tea! X

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