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Old 11-10-2019, 12:17 PM
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Hi,

Please see attached photos of Cutie's poop. She was on fungitrexx a couple of days before. The poops are smelly. I had also been giving her recovery formula from Harrison.
Please tell me what I should do?? this is very scary.
We will be going to the vet on wed what should we do in the mean time?
Also she is pooping very frequently and only fluid sometimes.
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I would call the vet as soon as you can and let him/her know about the odor in the droppings and send them the pictures if you can. They may want to see you before Wednesday.
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I agree - I'd try to get her into the vet as quickly as possible.
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Hi,
I took her to see the vet on wednesday, he has given Cutie baytril in the water and Genta equine for nebulsing.

Yesterday on thursday something really odd and scary happened, Cutie is moulting she twitched her wings a lot and it looked as if something was pushing her from the top causing her wing to move forwards and she was also tilting her little head backwards. To be honest it looked like a sezuire but she was fine within few seconds or minute. Then it happened again with her other wing.

It also happened somewhere in august and but it has become more frequent now. She has never done it so violently before, and I usually dismissed it, because I thought her feather might be coming out as she is moulting. But I am not sure anymore. I did tell the vet that she twitches her wings but he said he couldnt find any injury.
I will try calling him again and explaining this but has anyone had any experience with this before. Cutie has also got diarrhea along with this respiratory issue.
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Hi again,

So I have called the vet and his receptionist said there is not much the vet can advise. Other than trying the medicine. Today is the first day for baytril in the water and genta equine nebulsing solution I started yesterday.

Has anyone had any exprience with this sort of symptom whilst their budgie had respiratory?
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