My little boy Oswald is having discomfort peeing and pooping. He is 2 years old and recently (about 2 weeks ago) got off of antibiotics for a URI. He had issues going to the bathroom while on the antibiotics but he was on Natural Science Digestive Support (and still is) and that really helped. He stopped having issues going, but they seem to be back. He's acting normal, running, drinking, eating, playing, but almost every time he pees or poops he strains and squeaks. I also am pretty sure I heard his stomach gurgle. His pee has been showing up a rusty-ish colour sometimes, some spots are normal. His difficulty before was strictly with pooping, but now he's uncomfortable peeing too. I'm worried about bladder stones, bloat, UTI or impaction. He is a rather chunky guinea pigs lready, so it's really hard to tel f he's bloated, because he always is pretty round and he doesn't seem rounder than usual. His fur has been puffed, but I know he always has poofy fur when he's not feeling the best. It goes back down after he goes to the bathroom or runs around. No vets are open near me until Monday and the emergency vet doesn't take guinea pigs. I'm hoping he just stops having these difficulties, and it resolves itself. I will get a vet appointment if the issues persist or get any worse, but does anybody have any ideas? He is happy to eat and is pooping and peeing a normal amount, drinking and eating a normal amount and everything. Not every time is hard either, which is why I'm hoping maybe he's getting better already. His poop is relatively inconsistent, some is a little mushier, some is a lot mushier, some are small, some of them are long, some are super thick, some are smaller and some come out as a longer one with a tiny little dollop at the end, but his poop has been like that (little dollop and longer and thicker but not mushy) since he has been off his antibiotics and the vet said not to worry. I just am wondering if anybody has had a similar situation or has any suggestions to try to help him for the time being. I'll attach pictures of his poop and pee below.