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Potential Health Concerns.

JakeTheDragon

Bearded Dragon Egg
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Hey Everyone,

So my dude has been in brumation for the last couple months and until today he hasn't really shown signs of distress. He is eating and drank some water, I gave him a bath and afterwards he looked like he was gonna throw up but did not vomit anything. After getting him back in the vivarium, he ate some greens and is hanging out on his hammock. I noticed under his arm there's a bulge? He doesn't seem to have problems moving around. I'm just concerned if he's injured.
 

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Sadie

Bearded Dragon Veteran
3 Year Member
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Hey Everyone,

So my dude has been in brumation for the last couple months and until today he hasn't really shown signs of distress. He is eating and drank some water, I gave him a bath and afterwards he looked like he was gonna throw up but did not vomit anything. After getting him back in the vivarium, he ate some greens and is hanging out on his hammock. I noticed under his arm there's a bulge? He doesn't seem to have problems moving around. I'm just concerned if he's injured.
The bulge could be a abscess or cyst- I would get him into the vet to have them test it to see what it is- what kind of uvb are you using and how old is it- I can post a website to find a reptile vet in your area if you like
 
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