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    Well i asked my aunt to take my wife an mella to the vet and when my wife went to get mella prepared this is what she found..




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    It doesnt appear fertal (ill check it when i get home) but i could care less as long as shes ok, from here on out she is pet only im not gonna put her thru this again an hopefully the rest of the eggs pass as well..

    I did give her some repti-boost only a little as she is very stubborn and also some additional calcium.. Maybe it helped.. I did also give her some mealworms tho not sure if she ate any..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    Well i asked my aunt to take my wife an mella to the vet and when my wife went to get mella prepared this is what she found..




    download_20190412_134228.jpgdownload_20190412_134232.jpg


    It doesnt appear fertal (ill check it when i get home) but i could care less as long as shes ok, from here on out she is pet only im not gonna put her thru this again an hopefully the rest of the eggs pass as well..

    I did give her some repti-boost only a little as she is very stubborn and also some additional calcium.. Maybe it helped.. I did also give her some mealworms tho not sure if she ate any..
    So glad to hear at least one is out. Did you actually notice 2 before? Because I know some do lay one egg or lay the other later. I’m glad you have decided to keep her as a pet only.

    Did this stool sample belong to her by any chance?
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    No thats another gecko.. Still waitin on another poop from that one to compare, she ate last night so should have one for me by the time i get home lol

    Ya theres no way im gonna put a gecko that has issues thru all of this knowingly.. Pika an Cindy went smooth with no issues really happy about that.. Mella can just have a nice relaxed life after all this.. Poor girl..
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    I wanna show you guys ( ladies mostly :P ) the difference between pika an cindy vs mella, sorry for the funny lookin guy in the pic its not me (its me lol)

    I had to hold Mella while my wife cleaned up her enclosure so figured I'd get a pic of her, she is definitely more active and she was drinking water an actually bein pretty friendly.



    Pika 17? days after layin first 2 eggs, expecting more any day.




    Cindy 6 days after laying eggs




    Notice how big their tails still are and how thick their arms still are, I know its still early on but they are still eating pretty good and I feed them 4 times a week instead of 3 but still keepin supplements to 1 day except the day they lay or the day after depending if they wanna eat, pikachu wanted food ASAP and so did cindy.


    Edit: Just checked that egg, its def no good its deflated and not nice and white like the others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    Well i asked my aunt to take my wife an mella to the vet and when my wife went to get mella prepared this is what she found..




    download_20190412_134228.jpgdownload_20190412_134232.jpg


    It doesnt appear fertal (ill check it when i get home) but i could care less as long as shes ok, from here on out she is pet only im not gonna put her thru this again an hopefully the rest of the eggs pass as well..

    I did give her some repti-boost only a little as she is very stubborn and also some additional calcium.. Maybe it helped.. I did also give her some mealworms tho not sure if she ate any..
    Did Mella also lay a mini-egg in the upper left corner of your pic? Maybe her next eggs will be fertile.

    I guess she wasn't too keen on visiting the vet. She said: "Here are my eggs. OK? Let's stay home!" It sounds like she's doing alright now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    Did Mella also lay a mini-egg in the upper left corner of your pic? Maybe her next eggs will be fertile.

    I guess she wasn't too keen on visiting the vet. She said: "Here are my eggs. OK? Let's stay home!" It sounds like she's doing alright now.
    I dont think so. And ya what a silly girl.. Hope all goes smooth now.

    Edit: just went an checked on her and this is what i found.



    its def an egg that didnt work out.

    She is bright eyed an active this am, gave her 5 crickets lets see if she'll eat em.
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    I love Cindy's pattern. Hope it all goes well for you man.
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    You do realize that Mella may not be done laying eggs, right? At least you'll have more data to help you decide if she should ever breed again.

    Aliza
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    Quote Originally Posted by acpart View Post
    You do realize that Mella may not be done laying eggs, right? At least you'll have more data to help you decide if she should ever breed again.

    Aliza
    Sorry, yes thats what i mean, i will not breed her again, i know she may continue to lay for the rest of the season an some of the eggs maybe good. but i will not pair her with a male any more.

    so we gave her some crickets a little bit ago and it looks like she ate atleast 5, when i went in to remove the remaining i found this, appears to be the rest of the egg from that last pic.

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