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-It appears you are offline. I am sorry we were not able to connect to discuss Pignelope's injury.
-Aspirin can be used as pain control for pigs, but the amount depends upon their weight. A 40lb pig would get about 1/2 to 1 full 325 mg aspirin.
-The string-like material that is coming out of the wound is either connective tissue or a nerve.
-Pignelope really needs to see a veterinarian to clean and close this wound.
I hope the information was helpful and Pignelope will feel better soon. Thank you for trusting JustAnswer with your questions. It was my pleasure to help you today. If you need further information regarding this question or need clarification on the recommendations, please let me know. I am happy to help.
You're welcome. I hope you were able to get a veterinarian for Pignelope and she feels better soon.
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