my aylesbury male had something hanging out of his bum like intestines!! so i brought him to my child hood local farm here in dublin ireland and the farmer said it was his penis wow it was a twistie one ha ha so he said usualy they push back in but would be afraid to do so seen it not his might die . so off home i went looked it up got some answers bout pushing back in gental of course so i gave it a go nothing to loose as it would get infected n' die then it did not stay in first time but second time it did and i isolated him in dod kennal for a day so now hes haooily back humping ducks chickens and anything he can get his beak on . 'the dirty up all nighter' ha ha. so thanks all for posting the problems and answers . sandra. from. Ireland:D
duck penis prolapse
I have heard of this happening and it can be a very serious issue. Keep and eye on him, checking it daily. Good luck!
I've heard of this problem, sometimes the penis has to be removed surgically by a vet or it can dry up and shrivel, cause infection and so forth. Eeek, poor ducky. Tell him to keep it in his pants for a while, he's gonna wear it out
Ohh no. Ive never heard of this. I wouldnt even know what to think if I saw that lol
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Okay here's everything you want to know about the subject, and I'm not even a duck person.
Edited by Buff Hooligans - 5/28/10 at 12:33pm
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When my snake had a prolapse, I used KY jelly and a thermometer to re-insert it. Just thought I would share the technique. It worked well. I would let it swim in warm water, then dab the jelly around the area and gently push it back in.
I know this is quite an old post but I am having this issue with my Pekin drake. We tried to push his back in but were not successful as we are not exactly sure how to do so. Any tips? We are afraid to apply too much pressure & do more harm than good. His is still in good condition and is no where need the need for amputation, we are trying to prevent that.