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#431027 - 12/28/16 04:50 PM Liquid-filled growth  
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Hi all,

I have a number of birds at my house but on one of my parakeets I have been noticing a liquid filled growth on her chest which is getting larger. This is on her chest right under her beak. My wife and I have been taking a syringe and have been trying to drain it but it continues to fill up. We are using an insulin syringe and completely fill the syringe up each time. I hate to keep putting her through that but I am not sure what else to do.

If anyone has any suggestions what this might be or what else we can do please let me know.


#431029 - 12/30/16 03:13 AM Re: Liquid-filled growth [Re: GDG]  
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Welcome! I would absolutely talk to a doctor about that. That is a clear sign that something is wrong and the doctor can determine what specifically it is. Good luck!

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