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So I have this rescued pigeon who was attacked by a crow (big head injury) for 10 days now. She was diagnosed with fungus so I gave her medicines prescribed by an avian vet (diflucan 5 days and sumamed 10 days). For the last 3 days I noticed she started to sneeze, mostly by the evening/night. What is this, how can I help her? It's possible that she still has the fungus, despite diflucan? I gave her medicine with a syringe in her beak so it's possible that some of the liquid from medicine get in her lounges? TIA
 

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Treatment for fungus can be done for 10 days. If he aspirated some meds, there will be open mouth breathing.
 

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I stopped Diflucan after 5 days as I was told.
There is no open mouth, just sneezing predominantly at night. What it could be?
 
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