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    Re: Mouth Injury/rot (ULCERATIVE STOMATITIS)

    That might be best it looks pretty bad. You are so good to the snakes. I imagine it will be several days before you can see some progress, but i was thinking of her, so had to ask lol. my babies are sooooo lazy all they do is lay around all day.

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    Aw, poor little lady I sure hope this clears up easily for you and for her. She has a sweet face.
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    No doubt about it. The swelling has gone down.
    I know it's early in her treatment but I am happy to see an improvement in just 24 hours.
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    Good news. Glad the outcome has been positive so far. She does have a sweet face. Best wishes for her.
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    You are a saint and a gentleman Steve.

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    It's a good thing you found her, I hope she gets better! She chose a good place to get hurt at...

    Her face looks almost exactly like an injured water snake I found this past summer. I kept track of her, and she healed up on her own and even had a litter about halfway through the summer. Maybe it's just from an injury and she won't take too long to heal up
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    Hoping for the best.
    In any event she will be staying on the Ranch for the Winter.
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    That looks exactly like the water dragons in petco.

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    Re: Mouth Injury/rot (ULCERATIVE STOMATITIS)

    I took this little snake outside for some macro photos of her injury.
    In doing so I am leaning strongly towards this infection being more of a reaction to a possble spider bite(probably Wolf Spider).
    Now I'm wondering if I can treat this with some antihistamine.
    She is more active today and the mouth doesn't have the typical discharge associated with mouth rot.
    I won't be able to contact my Vet. until Monday for any possible treatment.
    I'm guessing time is going to be the treatment.
    I will continue the betadine treatment as I don't feel it will hurt her and will help any infection that might have set in.
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    wow them are some close pics! such detail. I feel so bad for her. She musta been in the wrong place at the wrong time, poor girl. BAD spider! Is the wolf spider a venomous spider?

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