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From: "suedvm96"
Date: 2010-09-19 20:22:46 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: What Is This a Symptom Of?

How's his prostate, I would consider adrenal issues. The panting could be =
pain or a lot of other things. Hope you find the answers you need. ALL the=

Dr. Sue
TLC First Animal Hospital
Chicago IL 60631

--- In, Debbie Hunton <reynapaubi@...> wrote:
> My ferret crashed this morning, we thought it was insulinoma. Took him to=
the emergency vet, turned out his bladder was full. Had it cathertized, an=
d the bladder drained (blood sugar at that point, after Nutrical) was 100.=

> =A0
> He is now=A0coming out of anesthesia and doing a lot of open mouth pantin=
g. He is taking some water, but it seems to be an automatic response (touch=
the tip of his tongue with a drop of water, and he licks for more), so I d=
on't know how completely he's out of the anesthesia.
> =A0
> Could the panting be a sign of something else? Could he ALSO be fighting =
insulinoma? Any help would be appreciated, as the night vet at the animal E=
R doesn't do ferrets (which is why we brought him home instead of waiting f=
or him to come out of=A0anesthesia at the vet's office)...
> =A0
> =A0
> Debbie
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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