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RE: I'm exhausted

Glad to hear she will be fine.... close call.... glad you were paying
attention and helped her in time!

Since I am not that familiar with poisonous snakes, will there be any after
effects that will not clear up cause of this?

And why, if this is common in your area, is the antivenom so expensive as
well as hard to find on hand? Seems the vets should have some on hand? What
about humans? Do they have a supply at local hospitals?


> Thanks Eva. She seems OK this morning although the swelling is still
> there.
> Here neck area is the worst. It's like the fluid is stuck there. She's
> breathing OK though and I just gave her more benadryl so I'm going to go
> to
> work. I think she should be OK. My Vet is convinced the antivenom saved
> her. I'm just glad she's OK.
> Andrea H
> Beaufort, SC

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