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Yes, it is very strange.....hmm.png  I do know that Fowl Pox has no cure, except for just letting it run its course, so I suppose just wait and see what happens.

Yes, I think so too.
post #52 of 121
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I went to the eye doctor today and asked about Mrs. Pickles' eyes. The doctor's first thought was something neurological. She also said there are human cases of the iris sticking to the lens.

Pictures from tonight:





post #53 of 121
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I wrote above "the doctor's first thought was neurological" and that's not exactly what I meant to write. The doctor's first thought was indeed neurological. Her first thought about the eye problem was that it might be caused by a neurological problem.
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I wrote above "the doctor's first thought was neurological" and that's not exactly what I meant to write. The doctor's first thought was indeed neurological. Her first thought about the eye problem was that it might be caused by a neurological problem.
Hmm, that's really interesting.
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post #55 of 121

Poor Mrs. Pickles.  I hope she improves.  How old is she?

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post #56 of 121
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Poor Mrs. Pickles.  I hope she improves.  How old is she?

Thank you. I hope so too. She is probably around 3.5 years old. She came to us about 2 years ago.
post #57 of 121
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This is how she looks tonight.

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This is how she looks tonight.

Doesn't look horrible! It almost looks like it might fall off soon.
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post #59 of 121
Poultry Pox. I have delt with it in the past. Dry type is not really lethal, but the wet/ respiratory infection usually is. So far, it looks like you have the dry type. Time is the only healer.
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Poultry Pox. I have delt with it in the past. Dry type is not really lethal, but the wet/ respiratory infection usually is. So far, it looks like you have the dry type. Time is the only healer.

Thank you very much! Hopefully it will be sooner than later.
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