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    Default Something on his head

    Can someone tell me with my male has on his head? Do I have to go to a vet or will it go away by itself ?

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    I wish I could tell you what it is. But I can't see the photos.
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    I would say possibly stuck shed, but I would also advise some ointment that is ok if ingested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBob View Post
    I would say possibly stuck shed, but I would also advise some ointment that is ok if ingested.
    Ointment? What's that xp

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    Like cream that heals burns or rashes or cuts or scars or dry skin. You could also use non-scented lotion

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    I looked at it at close and the pieces of skin are off. I don't know how to tell very well. But it looks like its been rubbed off

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    It does look like the outer layer of skin is rubbed off, if it were stuck shed it would look a bit different I think. If the skin feels a bit rough instead of smooth like the other scales then that it probably what has happened. If that is the case it is probably not too serious. But you should try to figure out what he is rubbing against and remove it/change it so that it doesn't get worse. I would not use any products on it unless there is sign of infection, but it doesn't seem that way from the pictures. I should sort itself out the next time he sheds.

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