We got a White-out Caramel African fat tail gecko last month, ~2-3 months old, 7 grams. She's been quarantined from our other fat tails, with her tank at all optimum temperatures, hide box, humidity box, paper towel substrate, water bowl, heat pad, heat light, uvb light. She eats mainly crickets, started tiny pieces of meal worms, and a wax worm here and there as a treat. All food is dusted in Zoo Med Repti Calcium. Crickets are gut loaded with Fluker's Orange Cube complete cricket diet. She has shed before with no problems. She started shedding yesterday, and seemed to pull off a couple scales/new skin on her side. Thinking that she wasn't ready to shed yet, we soaked her to try and help and when her back shed started coming off, her skin underneath seems so raw and shiny. That never happened with her previous sheds. She isn't as active as usual, hasn't eaten in a couple days (which is usual around shedding time, we know) and there is still shed to come off. We tried to gently help with her shed on her head, but she started squeaking at us like it hurt. We have a call in to our vet, but we were wondering if anyone has encountered this problem before. I've attached a couple pictures. Thank you for any help you may have.