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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Thank you she's eaten a few pieces of hay which is a good start and there's a couple of poos now since she's had the Emeprid xx

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    I hope she is continuing to munch away x

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonibun View Post
    Fresh grass is their favourite after a spay if it's possible for you to pick some. Hope she continues to recover today. xx
    Is it safe to pick some? Or is it just mown grass cuttings that are bad? I can easily get some tho thanks xx

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    More poos, still not really eating, managed to get her to nibble on some veggies tho hoping she just picks up now in her own time. She's had tramadol and loxicom and the crying has stopped too xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Is it safe to pick some? Or is it just mown grass cuttings that are bad? I can easily get some tho thanks xx

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    Grass is OK if it is freshly picked and not left to hang around uneaten.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    More poos, still not really eating, managed to get her to nibble on some veggies tho hoping she just picks up now in her own time. She's had tramadol and loxicom and the crying has stopped too xx

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    I am glad there are more poos

    I really hope she picks up. Did the Infacol, if you got it, work? The disadvantage is that if a doe recently spayed gets stasis you can't do tummy rubs, which are very helpful

    Vibes for you both Grace xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    I am glad there are more poos

    I really hope she picks up. Did the Infacol, if you got it, work? The disadvantage is that if a doe recently spayed gets stasis you can't do tummy rubs, which are very helpful

    Vibes for you both Grace xx
    Yea I did exactly what you suggested, it was about an hour or so after that she started to pass more poops so I'm guessing it helped a lot I've not syringe fed her since about 2pm now as she's starting to nibble (hoping it's enough) will only start again if poops stop I think or she stops nibbling, thank you for all your help xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Yea I did exactly what you suggested, it was about an hour or so after that she started to pass more poops so I'm guessing it helped a lot I've not syringe fed her since about 2pm now as she's starting to nibble (hoping it's enough) will only start again if poops stop I think or she stops nibbling, thank you for all your help xx

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    Hey, you're really welcome, and I'm glad the Infacol helped!

    I've been slammed on here for using it, even though vets agree that 'it does no harm'

    So I hope you'll recommend it to other rabbit owners now you know it might help .. it's mentioned in this article too:

    http://rabbit.org/gastrointestinal-s...lent-killer-2/


    I probably said, but you can use 1ml every hour for three doses, and then three times daily for as long as necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Hey, you're really welcome, and I'm glad the Infacol helped!

    I've been slammed on here for using it, even though vets agree that 'it does no harm'

    So I hope you'll recommend it to other rabbit owners now you know it might help .. it's mentioned in this article too:

    http://rabbit.org/gastrointestinal-s...lent-killer-2/


    I probably said, but you can use 1ml every hour for three doses, and then three times daily for as long as necessary.
    Yea I'm convinced it helped her, she also looked happier after passing more 'golden boulders' too haha. I think at the end of the day as an owner you have to decide and take responsibility of what you decide to give/do with your animal. I asked for any advice /help but it's my choice whether to act on it. If I'm honest it saved us going to the vet in the middle of the night and the vet this morning said it could only have helped and was a good idea

    I really appreciated everyone's help, advice and good thoughts xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Yea I'm convinced it helped her, she also looked happier after passing more 'golden boulders' too haha. I think at the end of the day as an owner you have to decide and take responsibility of what you decide to give/do with your animal. I asked for any advice /help but it's my choice whether to act on it. If I'm honest it saved us going to the vet in the middle of the night and the vet this morning said it could only have helped and was a good idea

    I really appreciated everyone's help, advice and good thoughts xxx

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    Agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Agree
    Hope you're doing okay xx

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