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Uterine problems

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Uterine problems

Female guinea pigs are relatively prone to uterine disease. Many of these are life-threatening conditions that require prompt veterinary attention.

An x-ray showing excess gas accumulation in the stomach due to ongoing uterine disease
©David Perpiñán

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