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    I hope the hormone suppressant helps, sending lots of vibes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deelove View Post
    If love those notes if you do have them please!

    I did leave things for a week or two as she seemed to get a bit better, I could distract with food etc but Molly has become so withdrawn and stressed. It's so tricky to manage as I can't shut Molly out of his room as he knows where everything is (molly is almost totally blind) but when I shut Faline out she poos everywhere which is difficult to manage with a now mobile baby.

    Anyway...
    My own vet is back from hols and has been researching and agrees it sounds like an adenoma of the adrenal gland.
    Due to her age and the fact that nobody in the practice had performed a similar op we aren't going to be able to confirm though. He thinks anything surgical would be for clinical interest and not for the benefit of Faline.

    So we're going to try a hormone suppressant on Monday that he uses with the local wildlife parks small animals and ferrets etc. He doesn't think it will do any harm but we'll see if it improves things. Hope it does. Can't believe with all the health problems rabbits can get something so daft is causing so much stress for my poor elderly buns. I've been so lucky with them all their lives.
    I expect the implant is Suprelorin

    https://uk.virbac.com/suprelorin

    Hope it helps, the Rabbits I have cared for who were given it all responded well x


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deelove View Post
    If love those notes if you do have them please!

    I did leave things for a week or two as she seemed to get a bit better, I could distract with food etc but Molly has become so withdrawn and stressed. It's so tricky to manage as I can't shut Molly out of his room as he knows where everything is (molly is almost totally blind) but when I shut Faline out she poos everywhere which is difficult to manage with a now mobile baby.

    Anyway...
    My own vet is back from hols and has been researching and agrees it sounds like an adenoma of the adrenal gland.
    Due to her age and the fact that nobody in the practice had performed a similar op we aren't going to be able to confirm though. He thinks anything surgical would be for clinical interest and not for the benefit of Faline.

    So we're going to try a hormone suppressant on Monday that he uses with the local wildlife parks small animals and ferrets etc. He doesn't think it will do any harm but we'll see if it improves things. Hope it does. Can't believe with all the health problems rabbits can get something so daft is causing so much stress for my poor elderly buns. I've been so lucky with them all their lives.

    I shall do my best to look them out for you

    It's a bit hectic at the moment but when I get the chance I shall have a root around in my files

    I hope the hormone suppressant works for your little one.
    Loads of vibes for her and let me know how she does
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    So, it has made soo much difference. They are friends again and Faline is so much calmer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deelove View Post
    So, it has made soo much difference. They are friends again and Faline is so much calmer!
    Great news It always helped the Bunnies I have had who were treated with it too x


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deelove View Post
    So, it has made soo much difference. They are friends again and Faline is so much calmer!

    Yay what wonderful news!

    It worked for the Rescue rabbits too - such a good result
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