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Thread: Aoife - Ill Again :-(

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    So glad she is doing so well now

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    Bloat is a strange thing to deal with. I had a rabbit with many issues who had a single episode of bloat, which I will never forget. He got through it (helped a lot by information on here, and a good vet), coped with his other conditions (mainly dental, but also had a calcified lung) and eventually went peacefully in old age. You can never tell what's going to happen with rabbits.

    I'm so glad that Aoife is rallying round now.

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    Fantastic news!

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    Very good news. X

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    I'm so pleased. Can we have another photo of her when she's feeling up to it please? She's gorgeous . I have a soft spot for white bunnies xxx

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    Oh bless her, and you...what fantastic news! xxxxx

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    Fantastic! I am so pleased she is doing better

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    That's great, I'm so glad to hear that. Mashallah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    Bloat is a strange thing to deal with. I had a rabbit with many issues who had a single episode of bloat, which I will never forget. He got through it (helped a lot by information on here, and a good vet), coped with his other conditions (mainly dental, but also had a calcified lung) and eventually went peacefully in old age. You can never tell what's going to happen with rabbits.

    I'm so glad that Aoife is rallying round now.
    Several years ago I had a Rex who had an acute bloat. He had to have gastric decompression by a tube down into his stomach. He pulled through that but was later diagnosed with a Thymoma. Not sure if the bloat was the first hint that all was not well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Aoife is doing really well now. Her meds are being gradually reduced and hopefully they can be stopped after tomorrow x
    Amazing news!

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