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Old 08-22-2017, 12:07 PM
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Vet called w/ lab results -- everything completely normal on basic blood panel.
Will be back into the clinic tomorrow to have blood drawn for the myasthenia test.
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Here is a link to the video I took showing a mild episode of the symptoms she is having, after about 4 minutes of playing (pretty early in the morning, it was not too hot, relatively speaking -- I don't think any higher than around the mid-80s at most?):
https://youtu.be/eZ1BQxe_kB8
PLEASE ignore my horrible annoying & repetitive voice through the whole thing. x_x I'd been playing w/ her out in the front yard & we had just come inside, I was trying to get her to come out onto the back patio so I could hose her down & maybe help her recover more quickly. I wasn't able to get her out there though until about ~10min after taking this video, when she was starting to feel much better. When she's having one of these episodes, it's almost as if she can hardly even hear me or process anything I ask of her (to come to me, to lie down, etc, etc), when normally she is extremely attentive & responsive at virtually all times -- almost like she's in some kind of daze.
I don't know, I don't know, I just don't know.
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Old 08-22-2017, 12:33 PM
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Oh god that is pretty traumatic. I'm sorry all of the tests are coming back positive too. I know it's like yay she's clear but boo because you still dog have an answer. Hopefully you're able to find the cause soon and she can start to feel better.

Does she have these episodes in the house at all? Or are the all prompted by heat and play?
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