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Old 08-07-2020, 09:29 PM   #1
akaytlyntoremember
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Question Female hamster lumps

Hi im new to hamster central and not sure how to post a thread. My hamster Finnley is a bit over 2 years old and is a Syrian hamster. I've noticed she has 2 lumps on both of her sides which I'm guessing are tumors but they arent causing her any problems. 2 nights ago I noticed on her female area that there was a lump on that part. I looked again earlier and noticed it was more red and still there and I dont know what to do because she is over 2 and other than the bump on that bit she is acting completely normal, eating and drinking, using the bathroom, etc. I'm so scared and dont know what to do.
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Old 08-08-2020, 09:53 AM   #2
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Default Re: Female hamster lumps

Hello and welcome to the forum.

None of us are able to give medical advice but that looks like a prolapse to me and needs urgent attention. You could try ease it back in but I wouldn't advise it. It's important to get it seen to asap as it can dry out and drop off. I understand she may be acting normal and is old but hamsters can still live active lives for many months at 2 years old. She may have tumours which could also be pushing it out. Sending healing vibes, keep us updated x
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