Message Number: FHL4904 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "scott1ct"
Date: 2008-05-12 15:46:49 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Prolapsed rectum

If it is a rectum issue, it is sometimes a result of straining to
defecate and the food or the bacterial flora in her intestines is what
most likely causes it. I'd cut out the baby food as it would
definitely contribute. Also, you might want to try some of the
Lactobacillus acidophilus to restore her digestive ability from all
the bacteria.

Just to cover both bases, are you positive it is the rectum and not a
swollen vulva?

> I searched and read posts here about prolapsed rectums--I've seen
> these things mentioned: acidophilus and slippery elm bark,
> prednisolone, clavamox, clarithomycin, and carafate. Do you think any
> of those would help in this case?
> [Moderator's suggestion:
> Instead of just looking in the Yahoogroups site instead look at the
7 years
> of information in the complete FHL Archvies:
> ]


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