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Weepy eye

Discussion in 'Health & Illness' started by jkwright35, Feb 7, 2013.

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  1. jkwright35

    jkwright35 Junior Guinea Pig

    Mar 25, 2012
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    Ro had a bit of hay in her eye which we managed to remove, but occasionally since I keep noticing that her eye is a bit weepy. It isn't a constant thing, it just seems to happen from time to time, and sometimes she winks it a bit too. She's also had a little bit of white discharge. I'll make a vet appt, but in the meantime is there anything I can do to help?
     
  2. sport_billy

    sport_billy Administrator
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    Well worth getting her eye checked in case it's got scratched by the hay.

    Is the white discharge at the corner of the eye? Are you sure it's not the milky cleaning fluid?
     
  3. jkwright35

    jkwright35 Junior Guinea Pig

    Mar 25, 2012
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    It is milky, yes! She seems a lot better today, but I'll keep an eye on her(pardon the pun!)
     
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