Seedy poop every hour almost on the dot Jul 20, 2022 6:53:54 GMT -5 via mobile
Post by Kindi on Jul 20, 2022 6:53:54 GMT -5
My girl, Aria, has been for the most part pooping seedy piles almost exactly every 60 minutes since Saturday night. It comes out all at once and is audible like a wet fart. When I first noticed she had the seedy poop, I gave her duk soup that night. I also gave her some Sunday. I did not give her any on Monday but did give her a bit of ferretlax after she pooped around 10pm and it had some plastic grocery bag bits. Normally she likes to just stash the bags and I check them regularly for tears but I guess this time she ingested some. I had her out to play extra on Monday in addition to afternoon/evening play time to make sure she still had energy, moved around, and ate as this was my telework day and I could monitor her closely. I separated her from my other 2 girls that night, sometimes she likes alone time and is just stressed. After that poop at 10pm through when I went to work around 630am Tuesday her poops were finally every 3-4 hours but still seedy blobs. It seemed to take her a normal amount of time rather than blasting out of her but still mush. I gave her duk soup again but with more water for extra hydration. At play time last night (tues) around 8pm through at least 2am this morning (weds) she had poops every hour again that are seedy blobs. She hasn't played with the other 2 girls but again sometimes she just likes to go off and do her own thing, be independent. She did play in her own way, still has her strength and energy and was climbing up me to get on my bed. She still eats and drinks water. Not lethargic and not throwing up. My local vet that sees exotics is very limited in knowledge and capability. For a previous issue 3 years ago where she threw up they took an xray, saw nothing, prescribed a general antibiotic for a week and told me to get and give her some pesto bismol. She was too stressed and wouldn't stay still for them to give her fluids. The closest actual exotic vet is 3 hours away. I don't want to put her through added unnecessary stress but I also don't want to not catch it if there is something serious. She has had seedy poo before bit usually bounces back sooner and pooping on the hour is unusual and I can't find anything about it. My s/o isn't as concerned becasue she acta normal otherwise and hasn't lost weight (1lb 5oz for at least the past 2.5yrs). Could I be overreacting? Am I making it worse? I haven't tried pumpkin yet and am debating which vet to maybe call.