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Re: Eggbound bearded dragon


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Posted by zach_whitman on March 26, 2003 at 19:42:54:

In Reply to: Eggbound bearded dragon posted by tempestbled on March 26, 2003 at 00:51:56:

Try giving her someplace with a very deep moist substrate to encourage her to lay. If that and the increased heat/soaking does not help very soon your lizard will need to see a vet.

When a lizard is truly eggbound it means that the eggs are fused together in her abdomin. It is impossible for this mass of eggs to pass normally. In this instance veterinary assistence and probobly surgery is mandatoy ASAP. Eggbinding can cause serious problems and even death if left untreated.
Good luck with your lizard.


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