10 days ago a family member pinned a whole bed on my chinchilla by accident. She was sneezing blood, and her nose was bleeding. I sprayed some sea salt in her nose so that the blood can go away more easily. We took her to one of those trauma/surgery veterinary departments. They gave her an injection again ts pain. I then noticed she couldn't eat Because her mouth hurt.We did an xray of her head which didn't show any fractions.They decided to continue the injection therapy. I hand fed her with her normal Food mixed with water. She also ate fruit but on her own. She was getting better and started eating her normal food. She only had like a "runny" nose Because Of the blood that dry ed in there. They Said that would go away.The day before yesterday she started making sounds Like she was in pain. I decided to give her a day Because that was the day after her therapy ended so They told us she may react this way. Yesterday she started breathing heavily Like she has something blocking her breathing. Later that day she started breathing only on the mouth, and heavily trying to breath through the nose. The vet didn't work at that time and I was unable to take her Because of school. I thought about going to the emergency care but somehow I was hoping this would go away, it was also pretty late so sadly it wasn't an option. I was suppost to take her to the vet this morning but she died this morning, somewhat before we had to take off. The vets Said she would have a Full recovery and I want to know why this happend. I also thought about it being my fault for not hand feeding her yesterday, she was gagging Because it was in the way of her breathing and I felt sorry for her and was gonna Wait for professional advice. I'm afraid of the fact did she dehydrate, but it was probably less than 24 hours if she didn't get water. Or was it the breeding problems? I feel so sorry for her, she was 6 years old, I miss her so much already.