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While many advances have been made in reproductive technology for pandas in recent years, experts are still unsure whether a female is pregnant or is experiencing a pseudopregnancy until the very end of the three-to-five-month gestation period.
That can mean we are into the last 40 to 55 days of either pregnancy or pseudopregnancy.
Experts are being cautious as it has not been possible to carry out an ultrasound and the signs may also be symptoms of a pseudopregnancy.
In this case, corpora lutea were maintained like they would be in pregnant gilts and the uterus showed a pseudopregnancy condition.
With contributions by some 400 authors whose specialty areas are listed, new chapters have been added on African hedgehogs (reflecting expanded coverage of exotic pets), the biology of the immune system, cloning of domestic animals, complementary and alternative veterinary medicine, disorders of potassium metabolism, equine metabolic syndrome, poisonous mushrooms, porcine circovirus diseases, pseudopregnancy in goats, and seminal vesiculitis in bulls.
Dissociation in the control of cervical eosinophilic infiltration and collagenolysis at the end of pregnancy or after pseudopregnancy in ovariectomized steroid-treated rats.
The control of progesterone secretion during the estrous cycle and early pseudopregnancy in the rat.
If owners are distressed by repeated bouts of pseudopregnancy, the bitch should either be bred or undergo ovariohysterctomy.