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Her belly doesn't feel swollen or hard and her behavior is completely normal. I have been giving her lengthy (20-25min) soaks every two to three days for the last week and a half and still i have seen no poo.
She is a 3 year old, 20inch, 672gram female that i have had since she was about 5 inches long. I have never had any problems witht he regularity of her fecals before this.
A 90gallon tank. Basking temps of 105-110degrees (they were a bit higher but she refuses to bask if they get above 110). Cool end temps of 75-85degrees. Substrate is indoor/outdoor carpeting. She has several basking spots both in the cool and warm sides of her enclosure. She also has a couple of hiding spots. She has a UVB bulb that was replaced last month that she can get within 10inches of.
Her diet consists of about 75-90% veggies (Staples: collards, endive, escarole, dandelion greens [when i can find them], "Spices": yellow and orange pepper, green beans, carrots, purple cabbage, various kinds of squash, various kinds of fresh pod peas, fresh berries, bananas) and about 2510% protein (pinkies, crickets, mealworms, superworms, waxworms).
She has been eating like a horse and continues to do so. Veggies are almost always fresh but are occasionally frozen. Her crickets are always gutloaded at home by me and are fed a diet of fresh veggies and flukers cricket feed.
For supplements she gets straight calcium carbonate 1-2x weekly and a multivitimin once every week to two weeks.
She will drink standing water and i usually keep a small water dish in with her to keep the humidity around 30%. I only take the water dish out when there are crickets in her cage as they jump in and die if there is a water dish.
If anyone has any other questions about her set up feel free to ask...I think i have included everything.