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    I'm so sorry to hear Jasmines eye is worse
    Sending lots of vibes for her!

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    Could your bunny have developed an allergy to eye wash? I used a drop for years when I suffered from bloodshot, irritated painful eyes so I initially did not realize I developed an allergy.

    My late bunny ,Buddy, had prolapsed 3rd eyelid, my regular vet and eye specialist both prescribed anti-inflammatory/analgesic eye drop-I no longer know name of med.. His 3rd eyelid was improved, yet it remained prolapsed.
    Buddy also got artificial tears a couple times each day. Artificial tears come in individual use versions without preservatives.

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    Thank you. Her eye looks better when we use the eye wash as opposed to just water or salt water so I don't think it's the eye wash, but we could try just use water till Friday. Sometimes we don't need to use anything, only when she has discharge to wipe away. I would like to change eye drops as I've seen others have had more success with Maxitrol, but vets have used Isathal first since it's licensed for rabbits and won't change until a swab on Friday. She's on systemic anti-inflammatory and antibiotic.

    Thank you for the vibes for myself, I'm really hoping I'll be allowed home so I can get their packed lunches/send them off for their vet trips the following day (as Ellie pig is also in for a lump removal) but I'll most likely need a couple of nights stay
    Photo of her poor looking eye, the redness of the third eyelid is what I'm most worried about.

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    Sending lots of vibes to you both xx

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    Poor Jasmine, that does look as if it's sore I hope Friday goes well for you both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz47 View Post
    Thank you. Her eye looks better when we use the eye wash as opposed to just water or salt water so I don't think it's the eye wash, but we could try just use water till Friday. Sometimes we don't need to use anything, only when she has discharge to wipe away. I would like to change eye drops as I've seen others have had more success with Maxitrol, but vets have used Isathal first since it's licensed for rabbits and won't change until a swab on Friday. She's on systemic anti-inflammatory and antibiotic.

    Thank you for the vibes for myself, I'm really hoping I'll be allowed home so I can get their packed lunches/send them off for their vet trips the following day (as Ellie pig is also in for a lump removal) but I'll most likely need a couple of nights stay
    Photo of her poor looking eye, the redness of the third eyelid is what I'm most worried about.

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    I suspect she may have an abscess iin her nasolacrimal duct. Hope I am wrong. Sending lots more vibes x


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    Thank you both xx

    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    I suspect she may have an abscess iin her nasolacrimal duct. Hope I am wrong. Sending lots more vibes x
    Thank you, I'm sure there's more going on than 'just Pasteurella', although I guess this could have caused the abscess. Do you have any experience of this sort of abscess? I'm going to ask for a skull X ray, dental if needed, swab & tear duct flush if that's the best diagnostics at this stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz47 View Post
    Thank you. Her eye looks better when we use the eye wash as opposed to just water or salt water so I don't think it's the eye wash, but we could try just use water till Friday. Sometimes we don't need to use anything, only when she has discharge to wipe away. I would like to change eye drops as I've seen others have had more success with Maxitrol, but vets have used Isathal first since it's licensed for rabbits and won't change until a swab on Friday. She's on systemic anti-inflammatory and antibiotic.

    Thank you for the vibes for myself, I'm really hoping I'll be allowed home so I can get their packed lunches/send them off for their vet trips the following day (as Ellie pig is also in for a lump removal) but I'll most likely need a couple of nights stay
    Photo of her poor looking eye, the redness of the third eyelid is what I'm most worried about.

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    Ahh bless her , it looks so sore.
    Hopefully it will get better soon

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    Sending lots of vibes for your procedure. , your pig's surgery and your bunny's eye.
    If bunny already sedated it may be wise to do a couple additional tests done at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz47 View Post
    Thank you both xx



    Thank you, I'm sure there's more going on than 'just Pasteurella', although I guess this could have caused the abscess. Do you have any experience of this sort of abscess? I'm going to ask for a skull X ray, dental if needed, swab & tear duct flush if that's the best diagnostics at this stage.
    IME abscesses in the nasolacrimal duct have been due to tooth root elongation. The skull radiographs will be very useful to see what is going on. Yes, Pasteurella is certainly often involved with abscesses.

    Hope your procedure goes well today. More vibes being sent xx


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