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Old 11-29-2016, 08:15 PM
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There we go! Thank you! Here it is.
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I can see it

Your little Stan is just fine, his cere is going through a "moult" where old skin is being worn off and replaced. It's perfectly normal
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I agree with Star. Stan's cere is quite normal.
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It feels good that nothing's wrong with his cere.
Something else happened. I'm sorry, I know you guys are not vets, but I feel like I should ask you guys' opinion before I freak out completely and call the vets. A few minutes ago, Stan got severe diarrhea. At first, it was extremely watery poop - but now it just seems to be liquid and nothing else. He also vomited clear liquid onto my hand. He had a bath right before and he might have inhaled some water accidentally. Maybe that's all it is. What do you think?
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If he's vomiting and pooping clear fluid, it means that he has no more food in his crop

This does sound like he's very sick, I would personally call the vet right away. If he's not able to keep any food down at all he may have to be hospitalized.

Keep him warm, and give him electrolyte solution to ensure he keeps his blood sugar up. Is he showing other symptoms?

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Hopefully you've taken Stan directly to an Avian Vet for emergency medical assistance now. Please let us know how he's doing.
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Hello everyone, I thought I'd give you guys an update on my boy. Currently, he is doing fine I was ready to call the vet, but he never missed a beat, did not seem tired or ruffled up, so I told myself to calm down and wait. He went in his cage to eat, which made me feel relieved. I watched him closely the whole time to see how he was doing. It didn't take long for his poop to become nice and solid again, and he's not vomiting anymore. I think I'll still call the vet tomorrow just to be sure. Do you think I made the right call? I tend to be very paranoid when it comes to Stan, after what happened to my previous budgies, and sometimes I overreact. That being said, I know how quickly budgies can become ill. I wonder what happened - one minute water was practically pouring out of his bum, and now everything looks normal.
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Keep a very close eye on him.

Sometimes budgies will expel just clear liquid if they are stressed. The fact that you indicate he also vomited clear liquid makes me wonder if he didn't get water into his system during his bath.

Make sure the water is in a very shallow dish and no more then 1/2" deep for future bathing.

Do you have an "emergency" Avian Vet call number to use for Sundays and/or holidays?
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Stan doesn't seem to like bathing in dishes, so I usually turn on the tap (to a very weak stream of course, and lukewarm) and let him walk under it and bathe himself. When he did this today, he started sneezing/coughing, and right after that he started vomiting that clear liquid and releasing watery droppings. That was what made me suspect he'd swallowed some water. But like I said, I watched him and everything seems fine now. If something happens, there is an emergency number, but the problem is that the avian vets there don't work nights, only the ''regular'' vets.
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