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Eggs after Egg Removal Surgery

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On Saturday, Marco a two year old chronic egg layer laid the first egg of her next clutch. By Tuesday she still didn’t have another, so I took her to the vet where they said the egg was rather large and he would need to do surgery to remove it. Fortunately, Marco came out of the surgery and was actually incredibly active right away. But now I’m wondering if I should expect more eggs right away, or if maybe the surgery interrupted this clutch. If you have any experience with this, or any ideas, please please let me know.
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Sorry I can't help much since I don't have any experience on that but I would have thought that the surgery interrupted that clutch..... after all they are small animals and they get somewhat more affected in medical procedures.

Best of luck!

Happy holidays! :)
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