I took Fred to the vet last time, as you guys suggested, and he didn't have days left to live. The vet looked at him and told me he was absolutely fine, that my husbandry looks great and the only thing I need to fix is my lighting (which I already suspected). I didn't do a fecal but I know for a fact that he doesn't have parasites. He has no more symptoms of parasites and since my visit I upped the wattage of his lightbulb. I woke up today and Fred looked really pale. He's been a little pale the past few days. He's usually more vibrant than he has been. I know that he's been happy and his natural colors are super vibrant. He is a chromatic chameleon and his bloodline is naturally very vibrant. I know what his natural colors look like so please trust my observation when I tell you guys he's brighter or darker than usual. I checked on him at around 11am (2 hours after lights go on) and he was asleep! I know this is usually a sign of severe illness/stress. I am almost positive he's just constipated and stressed from it. Please don't tell me he's been impacted because he does not eat dirt! He has rocks over most of his plants so he can not eat dirt! He does not eat the leaves in his enclosure! One more time for the people in the back, he's just constipated! I cleaned out his cage a couple days ago and found this huge gross poop so this confirms he has constipation issues. Like I said, I've adjusted my lighting so he should be able to digest things properly now. Please leave me with some advice on how to treat constipation. It may seem like this post is a bit aggressive but that's because last time I was on the forums I got bad advice and ended up wasting 2 and a half hours and $100. I will take the advice I get for treating constipation and keep in mind I'm not just being stubborn or ignorant. If these remedies don't work by tommrow I will be taking him to see the vet. My vet plans on an x-ray and exam which will likely run my mother a couple more hours and $500. We have to go out of town Sunday and if I have to board him with my local vet I will. I really need advice on how to treat constipation so if anyone knows thank you very much! There's a picture of the poop I found the other day and a picture of him today. I will be taking him to the vet if the remedies don't work. I'm aware of how bad day-sleeping is and how bad he looks. There's evidence of constipation which is usually only life-threating if no action is taken. He will live to see tomorrow and I'd rather try to treat it at home before we spend $500 on vet treatment.