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    Re: Chameleon in bad shape given to me

    Any news on this guy ??

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    Re: Chameleon in bad shape given to me

    Quote Originally Posted by faydeacon View Post
    Any news on this guy ??

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    same status as posted on the 15th...he is eating and getting stronger but he has fully pushed his hemepines out...i am keeping them lubricated and giving daily sugar soaks bit no luck on them retracting...vet thinks he is too weak to remove them. we have already tried stitching them in with no luck...at this point thw vet is worried that any aurgery may kill him...but if we do nothing he may die as well...

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    Re: Chameleon in bad shape given to me

    Quote Originally Posted by jclaiborne View Post
    same status as posted on the 15th...he is eating and getting stronger but he has fully pushed his hemepines out...i am keeping them lubricated and giving daily sugar soaks bit no luck on them retracting...vet thinks he is too weak to remove them. we have already tried stitching them in with no luck...at this point thw vet is worried that any aurgery may kill him...but if we do nothing he may die as well...

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    Quite sad to hear Props to you for doing this, you have done great!
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    My veiled cham prolapsed one of his hemipenes a while back. My vet isn't a reptile vet, so she didn't want to attempt surgery to remove it since we couldn't get it back in. We tried sugar water and all kinds of other stuff. It eventually just died and fell off. That was six months ago, and he seems no worse for the wear. He still eats and poops with no problems.

    Just keep it as clean as you can and keep trying to get it to stay in, but it isn't the end of the world if it doesn't return to normal.

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    Re: Chameleon in bad shape given to me

    Wishing the best for this little guy, seeing his long recovery had me in tears, thank you for your and your wife's dedication!

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