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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Lauren View Post
    The problem is you donít know what caused it and itís like putting a band aid on a melanoma(type of skin cancer). Best to make that trip and rule out internal infection/other. The tissue should have retracted without a problem(assuming it was due to a female being close by).

    Definitely test all your Leos for crypto and parasites before pairing. Hope you get it figured out soon and all is well.

    Most common causes are infections,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sg612 View Post
    The problem is you don’t know what caused it and it’s like putting a band aid on a melanoma(type of skin cancer). Best to make that trip and rule out internal infection/other. The tissue should have retracted without a problem(assuming it was due to a female being close by).

    Definitely test all your Leos for crypto and parasites before pairing. Hope you get it figured out soon and all is well.

    Most common causes are infections,


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    Just wanted to add it could be a nutritional problem. What do you feed? Supplements? Insect feed? Temps(inadequate heating results in poor absorption)
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    His actually not going in for pairing was thinking of pairing him next year with a female, but his already been tested for them and it's safe to say that his hemipenes have gone back in now fully, his had a sugar bath as well, which made it go back fully so it looked like it just needed an extra boost and he hasn't been by any females, but he has been by a male, but that was before I brought him (so many months ago) the other male was ment to be a female �� Lucky I checked to find out it was actually a male, I got them both of the same person, he will be going back into his normal enclousure in a week, maybe longer so I can keep an eye on him, but I don't know what's caused it, I just seen him licking his area, and it was just out, that's how I found out.
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    He has 10 adult crickets every two days, some mealworms in a bowl, and two ****roaches a week as a treat, he has the crickets gut loaded as well, and calcium with vitiam D3 and the temperature is around about 27 celsius Some times it will go up to 32 Celsius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Lauren View Post
    He has 10 adult crickets every two days, some mealworms in a bowl, and two ****roaches a week as a treat, he has the crickets gut loaded as well, and calcium with vitiam D3 and the temperature is around about 27 celsius Some times it will go up to 32 Celsius.
    Name of gut load
    Name of supplements exactly
    Can you be more specific on temps?what area? How are you heating the tank? A picture of his set up may help.
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    I can send a picture of the gut load I use, I also use other stuff as well like leafy greens, and Vegs for them, they also have their water gel, and I have a picture of the type of supplements that I give them, I am also waitting for some multivitamins to come to , the temp is 27c to 32c because of my room being quite warm so it does go up quite abit, I can't get a picture of his set up at the moment as I'm out, he has a cool side and a hot side where the heat lamp is, the lowest the temp is on the cool side is around about 23cimage.jpgimage.jpg
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    image.jpg so it looks like his all better now, so gonna leave him for a week just so I can check up on him and then up him back in his normal enclousure
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Lauren View Post
    I can send a picture of the gut load I use, I also use other stuff as well like leafy greens, and Vegs for them, they also have their water gel, and I have a picture of the type of supplements that I give them, I am also waitting for some multivitamins to come to , the temp is 27c to 32c because of my room being quite warm so it does go up quite abit, I can't get a picture of his set up at the moment as I'm out, he has a cool side and a hot side where the heat lamp is, the lowest the temp is on the cool side is around about 23cimage.jpgimage.jpg
    I am also waitting for some multivitamins to come to T

    That's good. Multivitamins are important. Which one did you order?

    hot side where the heat lamp is

    I'll wait for the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Lauren View Post
    I can send a picture of the gut load I use, I also use other stuff as well like leafy greens, and Vegs for them, they also have their water gel, and I have a picture of the type of supplements that I give them, I am also waitting for some multivitamins to come to , the temp is 27c to 32c because of my room being quite warm so it does go up quite abit, I can't get a picture of his set up at the moment as I'm out, he has a cool side and a hot side where the heat lamp is, the lowest the temp is on the cool side is around about 23cimage.jpgimage.jpg
    Please share the full name of your Repashy's (?) gutload. It's difficult to read it from your image.

    Which multivitamins have you ordered? Some multivitamins are much better than others.
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