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X-Ray to check for babies

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Good news! Keep us posted on her progress.
 

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I love the last pic! :love:
 

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What a great idea to do the x-ray! Now you can set your mind at rest. I know it's easy to worry about her, given her genetic issues, but lethal whites are unfortunately doomed to die due to their genetic condition, and usually it is sooner than a normal healthy pig. So instead of worrying about whether she's about to die, or if there's some undetectable issue manifesting, maybe try to accept that her life will be a bit shorter than your other guinea pigs, and focus on giving her the best quality of life you can and appreciating the moments you have with her (and I know you do!). There's that old saying, quality beats quantity :)
 
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