02-08-2018, 05:54 PM
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| | Eek.
I'd see another vet.
Her foreface looks literally swollen to me - the bridge of her nose is slightly convex behind her nostrils, a Roman-nosed tendency, & there appears to be a rounded lump above her left upper-flew, behind that whisker bed.
Her whiskers are relaxed, not FLEXED, so there's no wa
y she's wrinkling a lip - there's a low rounded dome, under the skin. Culturing a sample of the discharge from her nose
might reveal a possible microbe - but as she's had antibiotics already [once? twice?...] they may not be able to tease out the culprit, as the popns & ratios of various "bugs" has been altered by the meds.
That doesn't seem normal to me; neither Ur description, nor what I can see in the photo.
I'd be concerned - & the vet sounds quite blase' about it.