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HI this is DRB and I would be happy to help you.....can you tell me about how much blood you are seeing and is it bright red?
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Ok, since you are not responding I will leave you an answer....it is perfectly normal for queens especially with their first litter to bleed for 48 hours and sometimes longer. After 48 hours the bleeding should start to slow down and gradually decrease. I would recommend waiting about 1 month and then go ahead and have her spayed so you don't risk pyometra which can be life threatening......which actually is life threatening. As long as she continues to eat, drink,and act normally the bleeding is normal. If she starts to bleed profusely you should have her seen. I hope this helps.Sincerely, DRB
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