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Id still wait for Zoo to reply, but for me, most of that sounds and looks pretty good. Id stop any ointment for a few days at least, only soak them after they shed and have some stuck on and definitely add a hide under the heat lamp (and maybe one on the cool side too). That way not only can they hide and choose the temp they want (and not have to bake under the heat lamp if they just want extra warmth), they aren’t forced to only hide in the moist hide. Too high humidity, too often can cause respiratory issues and skin-related infections (though i think your initial sores were caused by the new heat source, humidity could be why your having healing issues). Here are ways to reduce humidity: Im confused why they are having stuck shed on places where there arent sores with humidity that high though. High humidity prevents stuck shed.

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