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Is she passing stool?
Can you post a picture of what you are seeing?
Is she holding her ear down?
Thank you. There is some type of Bacterial infection going on. The head tilt is Torticollis and can be a result of an inner ear infection. I suspect there may be a tooth root infection that is causing the swelling causing the the eye to be having the discharge, the swelling and possibly affecting the ear to cause the head tilt. Please use some sterile saline in the eye to keep itn lubricated and clear. This is some information on Torticollis: http://www.rabbit.org/journal/3-8/head-tilt.html
With all that is going on, the Rabbit needs to be seen by a Rabbit savy Vet. She will need a rabbit safe antibiotic to get her feeling better. Please be prepared to do emergency feeding if she stops eating. That could compound the problems you are already seeing by causing a GI stasis. You can grind the pellets and mix with a garden Veggie baby food and add a little banana baby food and syringe feed if needed.
This is a link for Rabbit Vets that can help find one who can treat your girl: http://rabbit.org/vet-listings/
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How is your Rabbit doing? Were you able to have the Vet look at the Rabbit and treat it. Please let me know.