Beardie fall

EmberRising

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Do you see this tissue on the right side of her mouth? Hanging over her teeth? I’m wondering if that happened when she fell and it’s causing pain? Does it look normal? I’m just racking my brain trying to figure my baby out.
 

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Drache613

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Hello,

It looks like she may have bitten her tongue or the inside of her mouth/gum when she jumped.
Her beard isn't dark but that most likely doesn't feel very good for her!
Has she been able to eat very well? You could get her on serrapeptase to help with pain relief
right now.
Let us know how she is doing.

Tracie
 

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