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    Default Re: Entropion Eye Surgery

    Sorry I'm late on a response... my Walter had the laser surgery, and he never had any goopy discharge. In fact the only thing that I really remember is his eye being red the first day after his surgery.

    I agree w/Chip... contact the vet and see what he says. The BM would be a major concern at this point...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twiggy0248 View Post
    Thank you everyone! Taking her in tomorrow at 9 AM. Fingers crossed it isn't anything serious :-( Will keep you updated
    How did it go???

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    How did it go???
    The vet said she might be having a bad reaction to the sutures. He is taking them out saturday. He said he isn't worried about the surgery. He said theres no way he would have taken too much skin and if anything he might not have taken enough. The goop and swelling he thought was most likely from her being extra sensitive to the sutures. He was more concerned that her left eye was still wincing because we did the surgery specifically to remove any irritants from the eyes (the eyelashes). So there should no longer be anything there to bother them after the surgery. He thought maybe she still had an ulcer, but He stained both eyes and didn't see any active ulcers on either eye. He gave her a shot to help with inflammation of the sutures around the eyes. We got more eye drops for the eyes and we also got tranquilizers to help her sleep because she is getting really itchy as the sutures heal. Suture removal and follow up Saturday so fingers crossed once those are out she is feeling better. She finally had a BM yesterday! and went on her first walk today. The soft cone has been amazing, SO much better than the e collar they gave us after surgery! Will give a final update! Hopefully good news Saturday :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by twiggy0248 View Post
    The vet said she might be having a bad reaction to the sutures. He is taking them out saturday. He said he isn't worried about the surgery. He said theres no way he would have taken too much skin and if anything he might not have taken enough. The goop and swelling he thought was most likely from her being extra sensitive to the sutures. He was more concerned that her left eye was still wincing because we did the surgery specifically to remove any irritants from the eyes (the eyelashes). So there should no longer be anything there to bother them after the surgery. He thought maybe she still had an ulcer, but He stained both eyes and didn't see any active ulcers on either eye. He gave her a shot to help with inflammation of the sutures around the eyes. We got more eye drops for the eyes and we also got tranquilizers to help her sleep because she is getting really itchy as the sutures heal. Suture removal and follow up Saturday so fingers crossed once those are out she is feeling better. She finally had a BM yesterday! and went on her first walk today. The soft cone has been amazing, SO much better than the e collar they gave us after surgery! Will give a final update! Hopefully good news Saturday :-)
    Great news on the poo and that the ulcers are gone. Hoping fora quick recovery


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    Quote Originally Posted by twiggy0248 View Post
    The vet said she might be having a bad reaction to the sutures. He is taking them out saturday. He said he isn't worried about the surgery. He said theres no way he would have taken too much skin and if anything he might not have taken enough. The goop and swelling he thought was most likely from her being extra sensitive to the sutures. He was more concerned that her left eye was still wincing because we did the surgery specifically to remove any irritants from the eyes (the eyelashes). So there should no longer be anything there to bother them after the surgery. He thought maybe she still had an ulcer, but He stained both eyes and didn't see any active ulcers on either eye. He gave her a shot to help with inflammation of the sutures around the eyes. We got more eye drops for the eyes and we also got tranquilizers to help her sleep because she is getting really itchy as the sutures heal. Suture removal and follow up Saturday so fingers crossed once those are out she is feeling better. She finally had a BM yesterday! and went on her first walk today. The soft cone has been amazing, SO much better than the e collar they gave us after surgery! Will give a final update! Hopefully good news Saturday :-)
    good news and hopfully, Saturday will bring someore

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