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Old 05-06-2008, 08:07 AM
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MPQ, you mean aspirin??
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Trekie- she's so cute!
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thanks.
Took her in this morning. She vomited all over the nurse, she did not like the vacccine given by mouth. She was like LInda Blare from the Exercist, lol. I hate to say it but I found that funny, maybe because the nurse was not so plesent . She cried when she got the shots on her legs, but got over it quickly. When she woke up a little while ago she was crying like in pain, so I gave her meds but it took me a while to quite her down, poor baby
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MPQ, you mean aspirin??
That too
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But aspirin would prevent the wound from healing...
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Oh yeah I forgot to tell ya she is doing great
weight 9 lbs 4 oz /
37 cm long
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Cool, Trekie. It could have been a lot worse. Tylenol is best for any fever or discomfort but I bet by tomorrow it will be as if nothing had happened.
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But aspirin would prevent the wound from healing...
What wound? Oh, you mean that hole in her leg that would be measured in the micron scale? That wound?

Don't know which I'd rather have; a stinging, aching leg with a fever or a teeny tiny pin prick on my leg.

No, aspirin is a blood thinner, not an anticoagulant.
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Aspirin is neither. It is an anti-platelet agent and it has absolutely no effect on wound healing.
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aspirin is an anti inflamatory drug and used reduces fever as well, used to thin blood in people with diabetes and high blood pressure. What I used was Tylenol, seemed to help. She got 3 shots and one by mouth
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