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Follow-up Center Threads made in the Emergency Room forum will be moved here by staff as a way to follow-up with members after their budgie emergency. This keeps the E.R. for only the most current emergencies.

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Old 06-02-2019, 04:36 AM
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Hi,

Cutie just vomited , it was beetroot and eggs, I don't know what is wrong with her,she just went to the vet yesterday. I really don't know what to do

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Old 06-02-2019, 09:41 AM
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Don't give her any more of that and speak to the vet about it. If she eats other things and does not vomit maybe it just didn't agree with her. I have a bird that cannot eat Nutriberries, he will vomit them up immediately so he does not get them offered to him.
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I hope your birdie is okay?!
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Old 06-09-2019, 06:52 PM
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hi,
yes cutie seems okayish at the moment we have started nebulisation and the poop test results said there is no bacteria or megabacteria present which is suprising since she does have megabacteria in the past however I have read that will not always show up and the fact that cutie vomits at even a slight stress makes me feel like it is that however the fact the she cant breath or gasps for air even in the nebulisation makes me feel it is something else. She is usually quite sleepy and fluffed up but I hope it is just cause of moulting I am really scared to see her like this.
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In regards to her respiratory issues it seems that the thinking has been that it is some type of infection be it bacterial, fungal or viral but have air sac mites been ruled out? An infestation of air sac mites can cause many of the upper respiratory symptoms that Cutie has and it is very treatable.
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Hi,
I am currently on holiday and Cutie is with a pet boarder. Cutie's poop have a whitish coating to them, not sure what that means though. Her poop results came normal according to the vet. I am attaching her poop pic that the pet boarder sent me.Also I dont think she has air sac mites are there any symptoms that I should be looking for?
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A bird that has air sac mites can have all or some the following symptoms to some degree, sneezing, coughing, wheezing or squeaking sounds, trouble breathing, so you can see open mouth breathing, and nasal discharge, there may be more, but these are the ones I am aware of. The droppings in the picture you posted don't look too bad to me, a few maybe a bit loose. A white coating on the droppings can be mucus from the GI tract, if you are concerned can you send the picture or take a sample to the vet? Did you provide your boarder with Cutie's food so there is no change in diet? Cutie may also be a bit stressed if she is being cared for outside of her usual home.
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Hi,
I brought Cutie home, and she seemed fine. Ya, I did give the boarder her pellets but i think when she took this photo Cutie had some seeds. But Cutie is still making choking and sneezing sounds, just like the bird in the video I am attaching. I dont think its air sac mites because she is the only bird I have, also her weight is 41-42g

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Even a solo bird can be infected with air sac mites. Cutie has been suffering for a very long time now and I truly hope you and your vet find the cause of her problems soon for her sake.
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