Update from previous thread*Normal 5year old mare behavior*

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Update from previous thread*Normal 5year old mare behavior*

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    02-20-2012, 10:42 PM
Update from previous thread*Normal 5year old mare behavior*

It has been 9 days so far since my 5.9 month old mare has been given a " Norplant " type injection to try and regulate her hormonal tantrums including visible quivering rubbing her hips down to the skin, excessive urination, she flies in circles when spooked. So far im keeping my fingers crossed and pray this helps, so far, all the "over reactions" have ceased along with her eyes returning to normal and she's not constantly cramping visibly. So far it seems that I got my sweet mare back from the evil dragon princess she had become. I have no control over the barn I board with and there are stallions across the hall in stalls. It, im sure, compounded the problem. But hopefully this was the answer I needed to help the both of us.
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    02-20-2012, 11:25 PM
Interesting. I hope it works for her.
How old is she?

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