Hope she gets better.
What ever you do keep water dish right next to her at all times.You need to get some water in to her.
Also you can sort you enclosure out while she is out.
moist the substrate and firm it down tightly when you do your setup.
If she is still unresponsive it is mandatory to follow my advice about putting her head(fangs )in the waterdish (you can leave it in for good few hours or untill she moves away on her own.She wont suffocate .)If that doesn't cut it flip her over and put a drop of water every coupleof hours.When she is more responsive keep her undisturbed as possible .
Best of luck.
other than giving her water try not to disturb her.
I'm still on it.
While putting another water drop recently, the point of my brush got stuck by mistake in one of her toes and she moved all back and forward for a moment ￼
I'm sorry for disturbing her but just a little bit more relieved to know that she's still here and getting slowly and better
Well done for the effort.
Keep up the good work.When she flips over on her feet you can put her back in her enclosure
Whatever happens you are doing excellent in your attempt to help her.
The harsh truth is that some slings are not meant to make it to adulthood.Even if the husbandry is excellent there are unexplained sling deaths sometimes. It happens to all of us.
I'm so sorry for your loss you tried your very best for momo - I am pleased to hear that it hasn't put you off trying to raise another tarantula as we've all been in your position in regards to losing our tarantulas at some point.. Best wishes xThank you everyone for your help and support. Sadly Momo didn't pull it through.
I'll try get one later since I've always wanted to raise and have a tarantula but Momo helped me as a beginner and I'll keep learning from this experience