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    Question Crested Gecko has weird spots on side? (Soft?)


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    Hi there!

    It's so nice to be a part of the gecko community! I am looking forward to getting to know you guys more in the future, but for now, I have a question.

    I've had Charlie (who is 2 years old) for a little under a month now. As with all of my reptiles, I am paranoid about every little thing when I first get them. I noticed a few spots on his side. They are sort of "mushy", but where it's located, he won't let me take them off. He always flips when I get underneath his arm, which is understandable. I also didn't want to pick at them too much until someone had any advice on what they actually were.

    Any idea what might have caused these little spots, & whether or not I should get rid of them or allow him to? (I tried to research the forum before asking this, but I didn't know exactly how to describe this spots.... LOL.)

    Thank you so much in advance! Sorry if this was a silly question, but I just wanted to make sure it was something simple & not something else.

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    I'd take him to a vet. any growth could be benign, but it could also be something that needs to be dealt with. sooner is always going to be better than later.
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