Help dragon has a sore on his tongue


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I had my 3 year old beardie outside 2 days ago and he ate a honey bee! I called the vet and they said to keep an eye on him incase he was stung and having an allergic reaction. He has been fine the last couple days, acting and eating as normal. Today when he was basking I noticed a sore on his tongue, is this an injury from the bee or mouth rot? Picture attached.

Thank you for any help!!!


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Claudiusx Sicko
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Possible he got stung, but if he was going to have an adverse reaction to it the reaction would have occurred already.

Not much to do about it. Keep an eye on it to make sure it's not getting worse. It should heal eventually.


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