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Old 03-23-2019, 02:25 AM
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I just wanna share you something which I had never seen before. It started a 5 months ago when I heard my budgie Molly making clicking sound during sleep. It worried me so I took her to the vet.So when I went to the vet It turned out Molly had some sort of tumor but the vet said she could live with it for years. But unfortunately her symptoms got much worse. She couldn't sleep properly and she was restless all day long even her nostril got discolored. I thought she was gonna die but in 3 months later she stopped feeling unwell. Her symptoms had gone and even her nostril got its original color back. I'm wondering if you had any experience like that?

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It’s certainly not the usual scenario. We can’t say scientifically ‘how’ it happened, but maybe her immune system took over and healed the problem. Keep watching to be sure it’s really gone, and doesn’t come back.

The other possibility is maybe the vet misdiagnosed, and it wasn’t a tumor, and was something quite normal such as cere changes in mature females. Was this possibly overgrowth of the cere?
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