Hey guys, I've had my blue tegu hatchling since September 1st, she's 2 and a half months old. Yesterday I had her out on my lap and she was fine, but waking up this morning she has bad tremors in her legs and even her back, almost like bubbling under her skin. I don't know how it could've gotten so bad when yesterday nothing was shakey at all. I've got her under an 18" T8 UVB/UVA bulb, cool side is about 80 while warm side is about 90 and her basking spot usually sits right at 108. Humidity is anywhere from 70%-90% from a fogger that goes off every two hours. I feed her gutloaded crickets along with superworms, lobster roaches, chicken hearts/livers, cooked egg, and occasional fruits and she gets fed once a day. I dust with flukers calcium and flukers multivitamin every other day, unless she gets a pinky mouse then I don't dust. I'm thinking this is a calcium deficiency and I immediately went out and bought liquid calcium for her this morning when I saw her like this. My question really since it just started today, is should i try to up her calcium with the liquid and see if she gets better? Or take her to the vet (it'd be a few days before they could get her in)? Or is it something else i haven't considered? Thoughts?
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