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    Benadryl and cortisone cream rub downs (as well as some Stolli for my nerves) and she's much better! I still have no confirmation as to what it was, but I have my suspicions as to the grass. Thanks everyone for the advise and help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesteelapd View Post
    Benadryl and cortisone cream rub downs (as well as some Stolli for my nerves) and she's much better! I still have no confirmation as to what it was, but I have my suspicions as to the grass. Thanks everyone for the advise and help!

    So glad she is doing better! As others have shared... i had this twice with Banks and never found out what caused it
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesteelapd View Post
    Benadryl and cortisone cream rub downs (as well as some Stolli for my nerves) and she's much better! I still have no confirmation as to what it was, but I have my suspicions as to the grass. Thanks everyone for the advise and help!
    oh thats good to hear. you can also give them a bath to help wash the irritating agent away if its something they came in contact with. im glad she is better. sarah used to get hives often though not that bad.

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    @cowsmom - thanks for the advise!

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    @cowsmom - thanks for the advise!
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    Oh good gosh, I'm just seeing this now. Those were horrible. Poor Momo. Glad she's better Carmin!
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    @JeannieCO Thanks buddy! It's so easy to miss posts now that the forum is so popular (I'm not complaining). This was the 2nd scariest thing I've been through with her. 1st was the head trimmers.
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    Oh my, poor Momo! I am so glad shes feeling better!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesteelapd View Post
    @JeannieCO Thanks buddy! It's so easy to miss posts now that the forum is so popular (I'm not complaining). This was the 2nd scariest thing I've been through with her. 1st was the head trimmers.
    I didn't know she has head trimmers either. We were at the lake when you posted this. It's the worst I've ever seen. Poor girl.
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    @JeannieCO Yep, I think they started when she was around 3 - 3 1/2 years old. We did so much research on EB's before we got her but I never ran across anything about idiopathic head tremors. I was shocked the first time it happened ,didn't have a clue what was going on. I didn't think it was a seizure because her entire body wasn't shaking, just her head. We had her tested for everything under the sun and all came to the conclusion of head tremors. She's been....1 year free of them, knock on wood.
    Just goes to show you, you can spend as much money, have the best bloodline, and get the most reputable breeders but they can still have health problems. I'm not slamming her breeders At All! It's just something that happens...no control over it.
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