Not a typical nose plug...

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Not a typical nose plug...

Postby Kstreiss » Thu Nov 08, 2018 10:31 pm

So after Nori laid (infertile) eggs I noticed something red Jn both of her nostrils. One went away but I just noticed tonight she is shedding. Before I went online, I hadn realized you aren’t supposed to pull the nose plugs out. So I used a tweezer and one nostril will probably come out on it’s own because it’s lookd normal even though I plucked the edges (oops). But the other one, when I pulled, it was still red and very hard taking up most of the space inside. It was obviously connected on the inside, and she didn’t like me pulling on it. I don’t know why it’s reddish but it’s definetly not normal. I probably shouldn’t pull on it again but do I just leave it? Any idea what it is? I can’t send a picture right now but I can tomorrow.
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Re: Not a typical nose plug...

Postby kingofnobbys » Fri Nov 09, 2018 3:18 am

very close up photos of nostrils (both of them) will help.
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Re: Not a typical nose plug...

Postby Kstreiss » Fri Nov 09, 2018 6:33 am

kingofnobbys wrote:very close up photos of nostrils (both of them) will help.

How? They don’t show up when I click XIMG. Also, any idea what I could be? Just a really big nose plug that doesn’t want to budge?
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