The treatment for trichomoniasis is with metronidazole. There are also other medications like ronidazole and spartix. Metronidazole needs to be given around 50 mg as a single daily dose, for a week or longer if symptoms persist.
It is important not to try to remove any of the growth unless you know what you are doing as this can cause a fatal bleed.
The condition is treated with Flagyl Syrup (200mg/5ml) or Metronidazole Oral Suspension (200mg/5ml) - obtained by veterinary prescription and given in a high dose of up to 0.25 mls per 100 grams bodyweight once a day for up to 14 days.. This can be given concurrently with Spartrix, which can be obtained without prescription and given at a dose of 1 tablet once a day for 3 to 5 days. If metronidazole is not available Spartrix can be given alone, but there is a risk of reinfection from within.
Not all these symptoms will be visible in each patient:
Visible lump in neck or vent
Firm yellow or brown cheesy mass in back of mouth
Soft flat creamy white growths in throat
Inability to swallow seed
Mouth may be partially open
Birds stand upright with head high and neck straight (penguin posture)
Crop full of water
Distortion or swelling of forehead (if sinuses have been invaded)
Increased mucous in the throat