Are her wings always in that drooped position? Do you have sand at the cage bottom, if so I would remove it and line the cage bottom with newspaper or paper towels, if she is ingesting the sand that may not be good for her, budgies do not need grit in their diet and it can cause problems.
No, her wings aren't usually in this position. She was flapping them just before i took the photo.
Yeah, i have always used bird sand. She never goes to the bottom of the cage unless she falls of perches but she immediately climbes back up. So she definitely didn't eat any.
A little update,
So i had her drops tested and i got results back. I am told she has tested positive for e.coli. She is given medication called Giraxa which is basically Colistin sulfate polymyxin E.
First, i sent it to be analysed a week ago and since than i have noticed that her digestion has improved. Most of her droppings look quite normal so i am not sure if i should give her this treatment now. I have been giving her probiotics and additional vitamins in her water.
Also, i am a bit confused cause her analysis says she is positive for e.coli but it also says that is it "physiological microflora", which, as far as i know, should be there normally?
The vet that sent it tested and gave me medicine was honest and told me she doesn't know anything about birds and all that is advice from another vet she contacted.
Thank you. I will give her medicine then. I was told to give it to her for 5 day?
Is it okay i keep giving her probiotics after the treatment?
Should i keep on giving her vitamins or should i stop that too for the course of the treatment?
Can someone help be calculate correct dosage of the medicine cause i think the vet told me wrong.
So in the medicine instructions there is a formula to calculate correct dosage.
The formula is: (3.1mg colistin /kg x weight of bird in kg) / ( daily dosage of water bird drinks in L) and you get how much mg of product you put in a Liter of water.
So if i put that her weight is around 45g and she drink about 3mL of water a day I get that her dosage is around 50mg/L which is so far less than what vet said and he said i put one teaspoon in 3L of water.