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    Re: snake finally coming out

    Quote Originally Posted by blisterbeetle View Post
    how'd it go?
    so far so good she eat it right away have not noticed nothing yet

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    So she eat the first one no problem I fed her on Friday a smaller fuzzy about half the size of my pinky finger and she regergated again

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    Re: snake finally coming out

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    So she eat the first one no problem I fed her on Friday a smaller fuzzy about half the size of my pinky finger and she regergated again
    Just to be clear, your spotted python ate a fuzzy mouse on September 26th without regurgitating. Then, at her next feeding, last Friday, October 7th, you fed her another fuzzy mouse which she did regurgitate. Is that correct?
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    Re: snake finally coming out

    You should give a detailed description of your enclosure and the temperatures. Temperature is very important for snakes. If your enclosure is too cold, your snake can not digest its food and has to throw up so that the food doesn't rot in its stomach and kill it.

    What are the temperatures in your snake's enclosure?

    Does it have one side that is warmer than the other?

    How do you measure the temperatures in your enclosure? Tell us the device brand and model if you can and post pictures.

    How do you heat the enclosure?

    What is the humidity in the tank?

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    Re: snake finally coming out

    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberrus View Post
    So she eat the first one no problem I fed her on Friday a smaller fuzzy about half the size of my pinky finger and she regergated again
    I'm sorry to hear this, & I hope you don't wait to address this- please understand that repeated regurgitation can actually kill a snake- it's crucial that you pay attention to what we're trying to tell you- this might be fixable if your husbandry* is lacking something (*her care- including temperatures, handling, housing etc.), but she also might truly be sick & need vet care.
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    Re: snake finally coming out

    Yes that is correct

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    Re: snake finally coming out

    I have explained it a few tims in this forum her hideout temp is set to 88f and humidity is always around 50% she has a dampn hideout Aswell I change water Evey 2-3days. She is very active still and is always curious she seems to have no problem with taking the food anymore like she used to in the first few months but now it just holding it down.
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    Re: snake finally coming out

    Quote Originally Posted by Homebody View Post
    Just to be clear, your spotted python ate a fuzzy mouse on September 26th without regurgitating. Then, at her next feeding, last Friday, October 7th, you fed her another fuzzy mouse which she did regurgitate. Is that correct?
    Correct

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    Re: snake finally coming out

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    I have explained it a few tims in this forum her hideout temp is set to 88f and humidity is always around 50% she has a dampn hideout Aswell I change water Evey 2-3days. She is very active still and is always curious she seems to have no problem with taking the food anymore like she used to in the first few months but now it just holding it down.
    88 F is still a little cool. On your previous thread, Boger advised you to bump it up to 90 F. I reiterate that advice. That said, I think it's time you took her to a vet. We have advised you on how to address the most common causes of regurgitation: feeders that are too large or improperly prepared, and stress from handling. If you've been following that advice, then I think it's time to investigate a medical cause. I'm glad to hear that she's still active and curious. That's a good sign. But by my count, your spotted has eaten one fuzzy mouse in the last four months and regurgitated 2 of her last three meals. Let an expert have a look at her while she's still strong and before she takes a turn for the worse.
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    Re: snake finally coming out

    I wonder if the reptile is harboring endoparasites ( cryptosporidium) that typically cause regurgitation. The animal needs reptile vet exam and diagnostics. Examine the reptiles belly for swelling because that is another clue to possibly infectious process. Hoping it’s not that at all.
    Last edited by Albert Clark; 10-12-2022 at 10:02 AM.
    Stay in peace and not pieces.

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