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Old 12-21-2020, 01:38 PM
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We will use baytril orally. But I dont know how many grams it is she prepared for me in little bottle. One drop for one of them. 2 drops for other. Vet says it is more efficitent with that way. Additionally we are adding ACV to their water. So baytril and ACV can not be together at the same time. So we decided that baytril can be given orally..

normal usage of baytril mixing their water right?

But to be honestI would prefer to mix in water cause I'm really having a hard time when try to give them medicine. It is real nightmare for me and for them as well 😞

By the way Im really confused about nystatin and AGY. In this article they studied to treat budgies with nystatin and got succesful results. But our ex vet said nystatin is not for AGY. I'm really really confused . I just want to do right thing.

https://www.researchgate.net/publica..._and_treatment


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I have never mixed Baytril in the water, and I am not familiar with a form of it that is made for putting in the water, I have always given directly into the mouth. When you mix something in the water you cannot be sure that the bird is ingesting enough to be effective against the problem. It is my understanding that Ampho B is the best drug to treat an active infection of AGY.
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Thanks Cody;

Actually he is not in good mood today. much more sleepy but chirping and playing a little too.. I think after baytril he might feel worse. I'm not sure just guess. Just two more days after that their dropping will be testted again. So I'll look what can we do. But I start thinking that were better before all medicines.
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Update;

Today I talked to vet again and I said I worried that there must be another problem with my boy. Cause his breathing problem still exist. she wanted to see him. I Took my boy to vet and they got xray and droppings results again. According to xray result. ( I uploaded pic) There may be a metal in his body. There is no metal toy in cage or elsewhere and I dont use any metal objects around them . I dont know how this thing got in their bodies

dropping results: AGY is decreased so many but still exist tiny. better than before.

But the biggest thing that worries me is suspected metal poisoning.she gave us avicare digestive 10 ml. For poisoning but as I know ca edta is the right med.

After came home and do some reserch about avicare I m not comfortable totaly again..
I asked her to ca edta but she did not back to me yet.

My question is can ca edta given orally? And the how much should I use it and how long?

Thanks in advance.

PS: This morning I sent this xray to another vet and he said that these are not metal , according to him these are crop grit. but I dont think crop's place is there .. I dont know what to do and who to trust... I'm really stuck Please any advice is welcomed....
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