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    Chameleon mouth abcess

    Thanks for the advice folks, I've upped the temps a little bit. My wife saw her for the first time in a few days today as she's been away and she commented how much better she looks and how much the swelling has gone down. Other good thing is she's eating again, she seems to prefer smaller...
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    Chameleon mouth abcess

    The vet has said very clearly that the cause of the abscess is an insect bite as opposed to husbandry - when he got her to open her mouth he said he could obviously see the puncture wound. I was talking to the breeder about it as well - he's got over 60 adult panthers and said he averages 2...
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    Chameleon mouth abcess

    Thanks - I'll increase it a bit then towards more 'summer' temperatures. It proved challenging but I did manage to get the first set of oral antibiotics into her, which is a start and better than having to take her back to the vet for more shots!
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    Chameleon mouth abcess

    I have to say - I don't see the relevance of pictures. She has been to the vet who has confirmed it is an abscess, she's had 2 shots and she's now on oral antibiotics and anti inflammatories. Will increasing the temps increase her metabolism and therefore the speed the drugs are absorbed into...
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    Chameleon mouth abcess

    Hi, Looking for a bit of advice - my chameleon has an abscess on the side of her mouth, she's been to the vets - he's given her a couple of shots and sent her home with antibiotics and anti-inflammatories, he did comment that one challenge with chameleons is their metabolism isn't the quickest...
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