My Guinea Pig Has Grown Two Nipples And Is Bleeding From The Vagina, She Eats And Drinks A Lot. Is She Pregnant?

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Aside from the vaginal bleeding these do seem like symptoms of a potential pregnancy.  Have you noticed your guinea pig getting a little heavier lately?  If there is a male in the same cage I’d say it is very likely she might be pregnant.  You will want to make sure to remove the male shortly before she gives birth to her litter if indeed she is pregnant.
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The bleeding might be like a period but for guinea pigs she might just getting ready if there is ever a chance of a male mating with her
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My guinea pig is not bleeding but she dose have very large nipples.  Do you know when she might give birth?
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Mine are two nipples too we thought it was a boy but I guess I am wrong...what do I do?
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Yes. My sisters guinea pig is bleeding from the same area. We are trying to figure it out. We are going to take her to the vet. But the original owners said that she was never with a male guinea pig.
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My guine pig recenty had babys she had 2 and the syptoms were she would not associate wit other guinea pigs and was bleeding she wouuld always want 2 be on her own and ate and drank alot...

If ur guinea pig is losing weight she is probly a diieabiites...

I recently had a pet dat wud eat averagly and i didnt tink der was anyting wrong wit her until i brought her 2 d vet so u should get her checked out.
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My guinea pig has not grown nipples, but is bleeding from her vagina.  She location where I first found her bleeding is where she constantly sits.  I check the spot often and the bleeding ceased after two days, but now she has brown stool instead of her usual dark/black.

In addition, I think that she is losing weight, which is odd because she is always eating and drinking. She is only 5 or 6 months old. I've had her for two weeks now and don't know if it is best for me to ask the vet at the pet store or get my own vet.

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