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If the vet suggested giving them at different times, that's what I'd do.
Cuy mix makes sense. She looks like a large but not particularly overweight regular pig.
Like [MENTION=13918]foggycreekcavy[/MENTION], I think the symptoms might suggest osteodystrophy. She's not that old, but cuy live much shorter lives than regular guinea pigs, so it might be a possibility.
If it was osteodystrophy, the xray would have shown mottling and fusing of the bones. I had a guinea pig that had osteodystrophy and it was obvious when you looked at the xrays and later xrays clearly showed progression of the disease.