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Kalishee
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weird symptoms

Post by Kalishee »

hello everyone! my baby boy ( 14 months old) 5 months ago had a weird behaviour. Suddenly, where he was sleeping, jumped and start running away from everything and changing fast directions ( imagine a mechanical toy that goes round fast).
Today, after those 5 months he did it again twice in the same day!
i am a bit worried, i cannot find any information in english and some rat friends cant really give me a good explenation, their thoughts were like mine, nightmaire or cramps.
if anyone had same experience with their babies here i would like to know before i run to the vet.
thank you :)
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Post by iwonamo »

Maybe he had an epileptic seizure ??


did it look like something like this?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU6DaJDAWOU
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I think epileptic seisure or problems with heart or breath which causes anxiety.

I experienced this with one of my older ones. But then again, this was over few days and never with months apart...

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it looked exactly like that rat in the video, plus my rat also is a siamese, i dont know how important this information is! so is it something that can be healed or he will have these symptoms from now on more often? i dont know what to do :( :( :(
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Kalishee wrote:it looked exactly like that rat in the video, plus my rat also is a siamese, i dont know how important this information is! so is it something that can be healed or he will have these symptoms from now on more often? i dont know what to do :( :( :(
Contact your local vet.

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