Help! Assisted Hatching turned to yolk disaster!
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If it is smelly...it may be a mush belly. Not good..may be infected. On the other hand, keep doing what you are doing, It may..absorb the yolk again. Just not sounding good. A photo would be good. I've had them with a bit of yolk out, and I just gently push it in, put neo on it, and hold it in place for about a half an hr. Works pretty good..if...there isn't a lot. But yours sounds like a lot.
And, good luck with your baby.
Edited by Cynthia12 - 9/23/15 at 10:48am
Take a photo, I'll take a look.
Oh wow, no .. I'm sorry, I don't think pushing it back in is going to help. Just keep it in it's cup and hope for the best. I see a lot of blood too. So probably a lot of blood loss. You never know. I've seen a lot of miracles.
Edited by Cynthia12 - 9/23/15 at 11:08am
Like I said, you just never know. At this point, I would keep a wet paper towel around the area, Keep it damp through the day.