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What's wrong with my budgie's eye

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She was fine yesterday but today she woke up with this left eye
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The other one seems fine
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The picture is not clear enough to see if the area is swollen, it might be that she got an irritant in the eye and has been rubbing it, take a look at this video, at about 33:00 into it the vet is talking about eye care, if it is swollen then you need to have her seen by a vet
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Sorry if the pics weren't clear here are others Picture in the sun Right eye ok With flash Other eye And this one after i sprayed her with water mixed with a product got it from pet store told me that it can help If it didn't then i don't have another choice but to bring her to vet Hope the images are clear enough to get an idea of what's going on
Have you taken her to the vet yet for a checkup?
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