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Today is Poppy's procedure on his eye ducts, or finding out if he doesn't have them.

He got hold of a steel wool pad last night and shredded it, so I had them x-ray his tummy first, just to make sure he didn't eat any of it. X-ray was clear, but he was constipated, so they gave him an enema before his procedure.

I'm now sitting here waiting for them to call ... tap, tap, tap ... hoping it was just that his tear ducts were clogged, and not non-existent.

House is awfully quite without the Professor around. :mellow:

HUGz! Jules
 

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Jules - praying for Poppy that things will go well. :grouphug: Let us know and give him tons of kisses when he's home. I'm thinking of checking Tyler's ducts too since his staining is pretty bad sometimes.
 

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Thanks everybody!! I just wish they'd call ... I'll wait another 20 minutes or so, and then I'll call.

I'll post when I know something.

Big HUGz! Jules
 

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Poppy is home, still groggy, but he's home. It appears that his tear ducts were clogged, but we won't know for sure until he is retested in 10 days. He will be on steroid eye drops until then. His tear ducts are small and more superficial than Dr. Berg is used to seeing, which is why he's not sure the flush will work, so we'll see in 10 days.

His tear ducts seem small, and high. Dr. Berg said this could be why when the tears come up, they just sort of spill over and not go through the ducts.

If in 10 days, after the dye test, it appears that there still is no drainage, we will discuss any options that might be available.

Thanks for the prayers and good thoughts! :wub:

HUGz! Jules
 
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