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Thread: Possible stasis? ( Biscuit 2.7 yrs ) is there hope?

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    So pleased to hear that your Bunny seems to be slowly improving now


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    I echo the sentiments of those above - it is wonderful to read a positive update after a rather stressful episode.
    My stasis bun, Lillian also benefits from slightly higher pain meds - as we have found over recent episodes, so it is worth bearing that in mind.
    The poop output is very encouraging so stick with it - plenty of fresh greens/herbs/grass/dandelion and hay and no harm in some critical care if you feel needed.
    I hope biscuit continues this positive recovery. xx
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    I just read your posts and my heart grew heavy when you were preparing your daughters prior to Blscuit having a breakthrough.
    You are doing an amazing job. Sending vibes he will make a full recovery.
    Sorry illness brought you to RU, though now you know some of the wonderful members of this forum who provide information,compassion,and friendship.
    Please keep us updated on Biscuit's health and stories.

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    Thank you all . Biscuit is eating/ drinking well . He even did his usual post breakfast routine of leaping up on to my daughter's bed to lick her face!

    We are so grateful for the advice and encouragement on here without which I may have made a decision to give up as he was looking so sad/in pain and we were desperate.

    Will keep up the meds and stay alert , also be extra careful with his diet .
    Hope anyone reading this with same issue will know not to give up. Bless you all xx

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    I am so pleased Biscuit is feeling much better.

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    Wonderful news


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    Ahh - that is such sweet news about Biscuit. It sounds very much like he is feeling mich better and a good sign is a return to some normal routine. He is obviously showing his gratitude back to you and well done to you - huge hug, for staying with it, and finding some guidance from here. Most of us have been through it so we all know the feeling and whilst we have different treatments and meds, some of the protocol is similar. I'm pleased that you were able to take some information from the forum and use it to help Biscuit.
    Vigilance is always best with a stasis bun. The quicker you act, the better chance you have of responding to treatment.
    I hope Biscuit continues to improve and is back to form quickly.
    Craig xx
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    So pleased your bunny is well.

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    Thanks for the update, really pleased to read that Biscuit is responding well to treatment and is much more like his old self

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