Post lambing prolapse/ewespoon

ancient

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Good morning all,
So this is the first time for me,dealing with a prolapse. Ewes fist lambing, had a single ram lamb, she Lambed around midnight and prolapsed in the morning. We put it all back in(after cleaning it ect). She pushed it out right away. We put it back, this time with a ewespoon and harness. My question is how long am I supposed to leave the ewespoon in?
Thanks in advance
 

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Good morning all,
So this is the first time for me,dealing with a prolapse. Ewes fist lambing, had a single ram lamb, she Lambed around midnight and prolapsed in the morning. We put it all back in(after cleaning it ect). She pushed it out right away. We put it back, this time with a ewespoon and harness. My question is how long am I supposed to leave the ewespoon in?
Thanks in advance
No idea.

I would be watching closely for signs of fever.

How is she doing?
 

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This page suggests 24 hours or so

 
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