Old Mumma Don't look well

mummasick

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Dec 4, 2021
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Firstly Hello Everybody and thankyou.
If you have not read my introduction as I am a newbie then I am talking about Mumma "The old stray from up the road that moved in after years of visiting everyday.

Poor Girl is sick, I did a little Dr Google and all I came up oh I can even pounce let alone try and spell with they were talking about. So I failed there, but by the look of it
I have succeed here, Poor Old Mumma gonna get fixed up....
Now Mumma has been sitting on eggs and has a baby a week or so old. anyway she now has a kardashian ass, it look massive. Feels and looks swollen and I sort of ream maybe mites, so I got that stuff and powered from here to kingdom Karm :thumbsup

Now I still have no clue if Putting this powered on today will help, so I think i will see if I can up load a few photo and see what all you guy think
 

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dawg53

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Welcome to BYC. It's due to urates in feces scalding her skin causing loss of feathers and fluff, inflammation, redness and irritation. Normally I would recommend Nu-Stock for treatment which is a type of treatment here in the U.S.
If your from Europe or Australia, I recommend a burn ointment applied to the affected area until healed.
 

Eggcessive

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Welcome to BYC. It's due to urates in feces scalding her skin causing loss of feathers and fluff, inflammation, redness and irritation. Normally I would recommend Nu-Stock for treatment which is a type of treatment here in the U.S.
If your from Europe or Australia, I recommend a burn ointment applied to the affected area until healed.
The pestene powder in your picture is sulfur, the same ingredient in Nustock cream. You can add a little mineral oil (liquid parrafin) to it and make a paste.
Swelling is surround the oil gland, so I wonder if that it's impacted.
If you press on that small nub, does any oil come out?
Seeking vet care, if possible, is a good idea.

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It does look like an infected/impacted oil gland. Wet warm compresses to the area might help to get it to drain and go down. Cleaning with chlorhexidene to disinfect it would be good.
 

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