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PostSubject: respatory problem   Thu Sep 01, 2016 7:31 am

did you sort out the crackling phill cheers
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PostSubject: Re: respatory problem   Thu Sep 01, 2016 9:50 am

edgie wrote:
did you sort out the crackling phill cheers
Hi Edgie and the rest of the members.

I have been busy crossing that bit of damp stuff between us and Frog-land the past few weeks.

Yesterday was the anniversary of my Liver Transplant and I have to organise quite a few meeting with different specialist doctors before I go back to Rennes hospital at the end of October for my BIG check-up.

I have to have a BIG check-up once a year at Rennes hospital as well as 3 monthly check-ups with my doctor.

I think I must have not explained the noise I hear from a couple of my birds if they are frightened or feeling uneasy, very well.  However, I only hear this noise when I pick them up.

It is not a crackle like someone with asthma might have or someone with a crackly throat has.  It is more like a 'thump' or 'thud'.  You know sometimes if you are feeling a bit chesty, the doctor puts the palm of his hand on your chest of back - then taps the back of His Hand with a finger, it makes a dull thud - well that is the kind of noise I mean.

I really don't think it is anything respiratory because I am training my birds quite hard now, and they are coming really well, with good times and full returns.  NO breathing problems at all!

Remember I have very late bred birds, that need some training, the year of their birth!  That is why I am training my birds now.

I don't really know how to explain the noise any better.  But thanks for asking.

Have a good one - everyone.

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