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Aug 18, 2010 in the Exotic Pets Community - 4
I know this is a little late, but this story breaks my heart. Cat food isn't really the best choice unless you have nothing else to give him. The person about said not to put a water tub in their cage, my babes have a bowl of water and a lot of ferrets like to "snorkel" in it. Of course, by all means, be very careful about drowning, but my ...
Aug 18, 2010 in the Exotic Pets Community - 5
I have two little trouble makers myself.
Mar 11, 2010 in the Thyroid Disorders Community - 146
I'm very confused. We've been watching my thyroid levels for about 9 months and they've been a little bit off. The most recent results are quite a bit off. I'm headed to see my doctor next week, but I thought I'd try to interpret them myself. From what I've read Low T3 and High T4 means hypo. But what prompted this was my rec...
Jun 05, 2009 in the Sleep Disorders Community - 18
No help here, just another person with the same problem! Even as a young kid I was up all night locked in my room, reading or drawing and man, it get's boring after 16 years. By age fourteen I spent most of my time trying to run around all day to tire myself out, keep my family awake as long as I could (scared of the dark, a fun addition, eh?) and then ...
Jun 05, 2009 in the Anxiety Community - 3
My pdoc sometimes faxes the prescriptions directly to the pharmacy, if it's just a matter of a med change and a visit isn't needed.
May 18, 2009 in the Bipolar Disorder Community - 2
I was also fed soymilk as a baby, any other types made me hive. And I don't THINK there's any proven fact about antipsychotics hurting the babies or anything, I think it's just definetly passes through the breastmilk and there's lack of testing (for obvious reasons) to show what developments or harm it could cause the baby.