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Eggbound bearded dragon


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Posted by tempestbled on March 26, 2003 at 00:51:56:

Hi, my baby, stretch is definatly eggbound. I didnt even know she is gravid, the eggs are not fertile, she is not with a male. I noticed her digging about a week ago and just thought she was just being her usual crazy self. And then 5 days ago I woke up and was SHOCKED to see a lone egg ON TOP of her substrate. Up until that point she has had regular BM's and eats 10-15 lrg crx a day plus greens. She has a mercury vapor bulb and all temps are proper, no stress, yada yada yada she has a very happy beardie life untill now. Shes still digging like crazy, eating 2-3 crx/day and drinking, but I can palpate 2-3 soft eggs in her lower abdomen, I'm super stressed, she has laid successful clutches in the past 15-20 eggs. My vet has moved to the east coast and I have yet to find one I trust with herps in the Portland area. Any help/advise/resources???? I'm currently keeping her VERY warm and giving her warm soaks BID. Thanks Ahead of time
~Kim TempestBled@aol.com


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