'Boil' on chams toe.

Ahtee

New Member
Hey everyone. I was just wondering if it is viable to self recify the problem by bursting it and treating it with saline after? Anyone had experience doing that before?
 

Ahtee

New Member
Here's a photo. The swelling has gone down a bit but I'm afriad there may be pus in it or smth which I'm thinking is alright for me to self 'handle' it. Anyone ever had same issue and self remidied it?


http://imgur.com/E3rCxJ7.jpg


Thanks in advance!
 

ToniandGizmo

New Member
Here's a photo. The swelling has gone down a bit but I'm afriad there may be pus in it or smth which I'm thinking is alright for me to self 'handle' it. Anyone ever had same issue and self remidied it?


http://imgur.com/E3rCxJ7.jpg


Thanks in advance!
I am very interested in what this is..... from looking at other posts, it does not seem to be too uncommon. Please keep us posted.
 

Ahtee

New Member
Thanks for all the replies! I'm definitely taking him to a vet in the next couple days and see what's the verdict. Anyways here's a pic of mr chameleon! Pics are always welcome yes? :)


http://imgur.com/vO80YMe.jpg

And tell me if u think he's fat I'm worried I mighta spoilt him a tad too much! :/
 

ToniandGizmo

New Member
He looks very healthy, whatever the problem that is going on with his toe, has not spread very far..... Get him to the vet ASAP.... while he's still robust. He will be able to handle the stress that invariably will be involved in solving his boil problem.... and after care handling and treatment that is sure to come.
 
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