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From: "Jeff"
Date: 2011-05-29 17:26:58 UTC
Subject: Re: [ferrethealth] Re: Arthritis in ferrets?
To: <>

These symptoms can also be attributed to lymphoma, and probably some other illnesses as well. Increased or rapid respiration is usually a sign of pain. Your ferret is very sick and the abdomen, which I gather from your emails has been swollen for some time now, is a bad sign. Ultrasound may help diagnose better, but trying to base a diagnosis on symptoms alone is not in the best interest of your ferret. Consider her condition, her age, and her apparent discomfort/pain in any decisions you make.

In Loving Memory of Neo, Trinity, Morphy, Possum, Pip, Pop, Sabrina, Minnie Mouse, Hunny, Misty, Frodo, Baggins, and Mr. Parker
Caring for Luna, Baby Girl, Dozer, Boomer, and Zoomer

From: Ella Boo Bella
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2011 10:38 AM

May I ask if 3 of the four on the cardiomyopathy signs and symptoms list you mentioned is enough to indicate a worsening or presence if cardiomyopathy?

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