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    T. radix Ranch guidofatherof5's Avatar
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    After Birthing Concern

    My last snake to give birth(8 days ago). A first time breeder is passing a small amount of blood in her feces. She is a captive bred/born and it should not be a parasite issue.
    She's a smaller female and had 8 nice size babies. My Prolapsed Hemipenis thread was with regards to her babies.
    She's eating good, active and otherwise normal.
    I'm hoping it's just a minor repair issue going on inside.
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    Re: After Birthing Concern

    Keeping fingers crossed!
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    Re: After Birthing Concern

    Me too Steve...

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    Re: After Birthing Concern

    maybe just a little too much stretching for her size and like you said minor repairing needed, hopefully she will heal up fine, blood out either end is never good, maybe a good idea to feed her smaller meals for awhile and more often? just a thought, best of luck for her

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    T. radix Ranch guidofatherof5's Avatar
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    Re: After Birthing Concern

    She's back to normal and all systems appear to be operating correctly. She's a happy hungry radix.
    Steve
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    Re: After Birthing Concern

    That is good to hear!
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    Re: After Birthing Concern

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post
    She's back to normal and all systems appear to be operating correctly. She's a happy hungry radix.

    Great news! happy to hear it.

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    Re: After Birthing Concern

    I guess your job was to stressful for her, and now that youre retired she can relax.

    Congrats on her recovery whatever the reason

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