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Old 03-12-2017, 05:51 PM
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Default Baby are you okey? Mummy feels sad

My female budgie has been 50 grams since January I know she is overweight and I have reduce the amount of seeds to avoid that. When she had her vet check on 18th February, the vet was about to leave ibi on the top of her cage and she took her hand off so fast that ibi fall on her back to the floor. One day after, ibi was raising her left feet . Two days after the vet came to visit her. The visit didn't last 6 minutes. She didn't charge me for that. It was a fast check. She said that my budgie didn't have bruises or fracture. And probably was only with pain so she gave her ibuprofen in drops. While ibi was playing and jumping I realized that she occasionally loose balance and felt landing with her beak on the cage which make me so sad because that had never happen to her.

A week later, I realized Ibi had a kind of bruise on her left feet. Today I sent her the pictures and she said it was a bruise. She told me to put on her feet a cream for bruises so I will.

She said that if it had been a bruise caused on 18th February ,It should have disappeared by now. She told me to put her the cream and if it doesn't disappear and it could be an internal coagulation and that would require some tests. And I said what?


This was all her fault I feel so sad and annoyed. Actually my special, beautiful, noisy and hysterical budgie suffers in the vet check. The vet deworm her internally And externally. In the external , ibi gets completely wet and kind of cries and gets desperate.

I wish you could guide someway. My heart feels broken now


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damag, I'm sorry your budgie was injured while at the vets.
It was clearly an accident and something that hopefully you are getting resolved now.

I have merged your new post with your old one about Ibi's weight and foot. Please continue to use this thread to update us.
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I'm very sorry this happened. I hope poor Ibi gets better
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I'm very sorry this happened. I hope poor Ibi gets better


I hope that too, it breaks my heart this situation


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damag, I'm sorry your budgie was injured while at the vets.

It was clearly an accident and something that hopefully you are getting resolved now.



I have merged your new post with your old one about Ibi's weight and foot. Please continue to use this thread to update us.


I'm sorry about it. I wish I could do something to make my baby feel better right away. I just want this event in the past


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Budgies do need to have their nails trimmed enough so as not to make it hard for them to grasp perches, etc. Long nails can make things difficult for them. For their safety, keep their nails in good condition. If you do not know how to properly trim the nails. Go to a person that does know how, vet, etc.
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Budgies do need to have their nails trimmed enough so as not to make it hard for them to grasp perches, etc. Long nails can make things difficult for them. For their safety, keep their nails in good condition. If you do not know how to properly trim the nails. Go to a person that does know how, vet, etc.


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Dear friend I wish anyone to give me an advice. I need to put a cream to my female budgie left feet because she has a bruise on it. I have try to hold her but she escape and flies. If I try to hold her she shouts. What can I do? She only gets nervous with this and shouts horribly. I give up when she ends gasping for flying a lot.
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I know situations can be upsetting when your budgie is distressed, but you have to remember what you are doing it to help her.
Putting cream on her foot shouldn't take very long and the more you prolong it, the worse the stress will be.

I have to regularly trim my budgies beak and I always make sure I am calm before I do it, have everything I need on hand that I might need and do it as quickly and efficiently as possible.
If you are unable to do it when perches on your finger, gently hold Ibi, even if she does shout, and calmly rub the cream into the affected area. it shouldn't take very long to rub in.
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Why do you need to use cream for a bruise?

Is this something the vet instructed you to do?
A bruise is caused by internal bleeding and although bruises cause pain because they are sore, bruises heal without the use of an external medication being applied.
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