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Date Posted: 21:05:11 06/18/07 Mon
Author: Connie and Rain
Subject: Re: Flyer Paralysis
In reply to: Megan 's message, "Flyer Paralysis" on 10:27:32 06/18/07 Mon

>So sad! Don't know what to do! Hopefully somebody can help you! Vit. D is the only thing I can think of.....(I posted this on another part of this site, but this
>one seems more recently updated)
>
>Help!
>I have a 7 yr old southern flying squirrel. I noticed
>that she was extremely weak last night (fell off the
>cage, just curled up in my hand) I've given her milk
>and water through the night, but she still cannot use
>her hand or foot on her left side. Has she had a
>stroke? I've been reading about metabolic bone
>disease, but I'm not sure if this it it or how to
>treat it quickly. Her right side is very strong and
>she climbs around in circles. She seemed to be best
>around 2 or 3 am. Right now she's sleeping/ resting in
>a slipper. If anyone has experience with this or knows
>what I could do to help her please reply. thanks!!

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  • It is possible for any creature to suffer a stroke. However, ... -- Beverly, 21:42:52 06/18/07 Mon
  • Re: It is possible for any creature to suffer a stroke. However, ... -- Connie and Rain, 21:58:33 06/18/07 Mon

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