Normal Anatomy or Something Else?

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Normal Anatomy or Something Else?

Postby winkydinks » Mon Mar 18, 2019 1:31 am

Hello all,

Okay so I'm unsure of something inside of my girl Mosey's torso. A few weeks ago I was giving her a bath and was gently stroking her underside when I came across a round mass around her lower chest/upper abdomen region. It's feels like a large and slightly unripe blueberry, and moves a bit if gently prodded. At one point, I probed it slightly too hard and Mosey winced, which makes me think the thing's attached to her, and not something like an impaction or egg (there's only one mass).

So basically what I'm asking here is whether or not what I've described sounds like an ordinary organ/body part or some other growth that needs urgent attention. Like I said, I only noticed it a few weeks ago, but it's possible I just never felt/noticed it up to this point. The thing hasn't gotten any bigger or moved around at all. Mosey's behavior has been more or less the same since I discovered it. If I can't find anything informative soon, I will take her to the vet to figure out what it is. First though,I figured I'd throw this out there in case anyone has any answers. The thought of shelling out 150 dollars to be told it's nothing abnormal makes me cringe.

Anyways, any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks guys.

Thanks everyone
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Re: Normal Anatomy or Something Else?

Postby claudiusx » Mon Mar 18, 2019 7:22 am

It's hard to picture just with words (at least for me lol). Is there anyway you could get a picture up?

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Re: Normal Anatomy or Something Else?

Postby winkydinks » Mon Mar 18, 2019 3:42 pm

Yea I figured as much. I'll try to get a pic up pointing to where it is, but the thing is internal to the point that it doesn't protrude so I'm unsure how helpful it'll be. Appreciate it though.
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