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    Ya it would. As well as a serious waste of time. I can't imagine that the stitches would hold :lol: .
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    wow thats really interesting but good to know for future reference. lol
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    jillie, what's good to know? that if they drop their tails that it's nothing to worry about?

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    well... not sure with cresties to tell you the truth ... but I used to have a golden gecko back in the day, dropped it's tail one day... and a drunken friend of mine whipped it's tail against the desk, ceiling, himself... so forth every time it would stop to twitch... and it would start again... he probably did it at least 20 times... I swear this went on for like close to an hour...

    I know... I'm really late on the response :P I forgot about this thread


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    lol how long can you restart this "process" for?

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    ok can you say gor-o-rific
    gecko luv!! so much better than human luv dont you think? men sux!

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    The tail will heal fine, if your going to mate her with another crestie, you might want to wait a few weeks.

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    well even though shes almoast 30 grams shes still only around 7 or 8 months old so i think im gonna wait for a while longer and as an update she is almoast healed up all the way the scabs almoast ready to fall of when it dose ill take a pic of it it healed up really nicely not like some iv seen all i did was use some boric acid and campho phenique ahd she healed super fast (and gave her lots of love and extra treats she loves baby hornworms)
    gecko luv!! so much better than human luv dont you think? men sux!

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    Very glad to hear that she is healing up so well so quickly
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