Thank you for this, I'm glad to hear she seems otherwise well.
If the claw is almost off, it may well fall of naturally over the next 24 hours.
If she tolerates it, we can gently move or twist it every so often, to encourage this.
We do want it to come away as otherwise it will snag on things and can cause ongoing pain.
We also want to be able to thoroughly clean the quick of the nail, once the claw has come away. We need to do this once or twice daily for the first few days.
Afterwards, the area should scab over quickly and a new claw will soon grow.
If her claw will not come off and/or we notice limping, swelling or redness, it is important she sees a vet.
We sometimes need to help guinea pigs removing these claws.
Some piggies also require anti inflammatories and antibiotics.