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    Lost her Wheek

    About a wheek ago my guinea pigs week sounded like someone who cant whisle. Just air blowing. She seems to be healthy in every other way, she poops, eats and drinks her water still. I read about it on some websites and decided to turn on my humidifier and give her a green pepper every day instead of a carrot (for vitamen C). Unfortonatly I can't take her to the vet She hasnt gotten her wheek back yet... anything I should try?

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    Re: Lost her Wheek

    Turning on your humidifier if really good, and the peppers. Just make sure she is drinking enough. Is she very old? I know that it can happen to them because of old age. I actually have one right now who is 7 and has trouble squeaking. Hope she gets better

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    Re: Lost her Wheek

    She is still a baby and she dose seem to drink enough and she still popcorns

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    Re: Lost her Wheek

    Well then I wouldn't worry to much, just keep an eye on her

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    Re: Lost her Wheek

    Ok, thanks

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