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Update - Baby is here *Dalilah's Foaling Thread*

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  • Mare suken hips pregnant
  • Pregnant mare sunk in at hip bones

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    03-24-2013, 12:42 PM
  #111
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Originally Posted by KyMoMoF3CuTiEs    
Her backend looks very ready to me.. but I'm not a very trained eye either.
It looks to me like if her bunghole gets any more sunk in it's going to be inverted! LOL
     
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    03-24-2013, 01:15 PM
  #112
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Wow! Is her bum always that sunken in even when she wasn't pregnant? Cute mare.
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    03-24-2013, 01:19 PM
  #113
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Originally Posted by Bridgertrot    
Wow! Is her bum always that sunken in even when she wasn't pregnant? Cute mare.
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LOL No, that's what I'm saying! It's so wrong looking! Hahaa
     
    03-24-2013, 01:27 PM
  #114
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I was just wondering cause if she's like that normally, that's asking for some crazy infection lol. If it stays that way you might look into some caslicks lol

As for the foal "being in the chute" lol no its not. It's still in the uterus inside the amnion. Still have to get past the cervix to be in the "chute" persay. Which won't happen until after water breaks.
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    03-24-2013, 02:22 PM
  #115
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Originally Posted by Bridgertrot    
I was just wondering cause if she's like that normally, that's asking for some crazy infection lol. If it stays that way you might look into some caslicks lol

As for the foal "being in the chute" lol no its not. It's still in the uterus inside the amnion. Still have to get past the cervix to be in the "chute" persay. Which won't happen until after water breaks.
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No it was definitely not like this before, not even a couple days ago. I'm sure everything will pop back out into place after she delivers this teenage foal.

I realize it's not in the "chute" as far as a leg almost poking out or whatever and that it is still in the sac. But wouldn't it have to be at least in position to be able to feel the movements at the tail head? I felt for a while this morning to see if I could feel it again but I didn't this time. I'll check again later.
     
    03-24-2013, 04:15 PM
  #116
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Oh dear, I was sure there was going to be a foal at the end of this. I haven't been on here since Thursday or Friday. Don't worry about asking questions! If the people of HF were annoyed by questions, there wouldn't even be a HF. It's better to ask questions and know than be to afraid to ask and make an avoidable mistake. To my untrained eye, she looks like she could go any day - but she is a mare, so it's anyone's guess I think! When I was a kid and my mare was pregnant we put lanolin on her udder when it got dry. I'm pretty sure that's what nursing humans use as well, but that was 12 years ago when my mare was in foal, so there might be something better on the market by now.
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    03-24-2013, 06:14 PM
  #117
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Originally Posted by Glynnis    
Oh dear, I was sure there was going to be a foal at the end of this. I haven't been on here since Thursday or Friday. Don't worry about asking questions! If the people of HF were annoyed by questions, there wouldn't even be a HF. It's better to ask questions and know than be to afraid to ask and make an avoidable mistake. To my untrained eye, she looks like she could go any day - but she is a mare, so it's anyone's guess I think! When I was a kid and my mare was pregnant we put lanolin on her udder when it got dry. I'm pretty sure that's what nursing humans use as well, but that was 12 years ago when my mare was in foal, so there might be something better on the market by now.
Thank you Glynnis, I appreciate you're reassurance

She looks ready to me too, but this is my first so what do I know lol. For instance is her bag really full, or just seems full to me? Vulva relaxed and elongated, or just to me? And so on and so forth...
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    03-24-2013, 06:22 PM
  #118
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I just went and checked on her again. I did notice that she is consistently holding her tail to the side, and her belly seems to have dropped even more. Her hip bone sticks way out now and there is a big hollow there. Also, I sat and just watched her for about 45 minutes, and that foal was in there raising hell the entire time!
     
    03-24-2013, 07:39 PM
  #119
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I would not be suprised if she has it tonight! Hope everything goes well... she seems to be getting really close as of how you are describing things! How about pics?
     
    03-24-2013, 08:10 PM
  #120
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Originally Posted by EmsTNWalkers    
I just went and checked on her again. I did notice that she is consistently holding her tail to the side, and her belly seems to have dropped even more. Her hip bone sticks way out now and there is a big hollow there. Also, I sat and just watched her for about 45 minutes, and that foal was in there raising hell the entire time!
The last mare we had held her tail to the side all day and we went and checked on her around 9 at night and she was laying down in labor!!!! Sounds close to me! I think you may have a baby tonight!
     

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