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  1. Mine did the same thing awhile back. In case it was mites, I sprinkled just one tap of garlic powder on the food. I gave her some conditioning and moulting seed half and half with regular food. After two weeks the feathers grew back and she was fine. Now I do the garlic powder once a week as a preventative measure.
  2. I found your thread searching for treatments for my Kona. She laid 2 eggs, then developed peritonitis. I have her on natural remedies because her vet gave her a death sentence. She does not have infection. We got 2 ML fluid out and it does not seem to be coming back. Still a little fluid because the yolk clogged the needle. How did you Mama Tweet do with her treatments?
  3. I know this is an old thread, but it is the reason I joined you all. My Kona has egg yolk peritonitis and her vet gave us a death sentence. This was after she said there was no infection. She got 2ML of fluid out, but the pieces of yolk protein were too big and kept clogging the needle. I have her on herbs to prevent infection and inflammation. She is doing well and I am hopeful. She still flies around and does tricks. It has been almost a month. It is winter here, so I am waiting for a warmish day to take her in to see if we can get more fluid drained.
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