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Post breeding edema

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Post breeding edema

Postby Horseworld » Fri Aug 07, 2015 6:24 pm

We have a mare that was bred with frozen semen and always tends to react to it. This time she did not have any fluid 6 hours post breeding, but uterine edema flared up. Would it be recommended to lavage her to reduce the edema again?
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Re: Post breeding edema

Postby Jos » Sat Aug 08, 2015 10:10 am

Lavage will have little to no effect on edema. Uterine edema close to and after ovulation is often an indication of a mare with delayed uterine clearance issues - which ties in with her history of uterine fluid - so use of oxytocin would be more likely to be valuable. Edema itself presents no concern, but what it stands for is more likely to be the issue.
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