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The fact that Molly has sneezed a few times tells us that this bleeding from her nose could be due to an Upper Respiratory Infection that may require antibiotics. It is a good sign that she is still acting normal but an infection would cause her to be more quiet than normal. Other causes of this bleeding is other infections or a tumor and this is hard to determine because they are so small. It is good to give the vitamin C since this could also be a cause for this bleeding. If there is no improvement, your vet will have to check Molly and prescribe antibiotics to get her past this.Does that make sense to you?
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I would wait only a few days and if the sneezing continues, isolate Molly from others just to be safe. If this is an upper respiratory infection, she will require antibiotics. The Bumble Foot may be suppressing her immune system allowing this other infection.