We found a tiny blue belly lizard about a month ago, and I was told that since it doesn’t actually have a blue belly that she is a female. She has been very active and eats well but today she went to get off her basking rock and ended up just rolling off the side onto her back. I flipped her over to make sure she was still breathing, and she is. However her back legs are no longer working. Her tail still moves tho. I was holding her in my hand and closed her eyes but still breathing. About 20 minutes into her sleeping on my hand I moved to get more comfortable and she put her face up, opened her mouth really big then began shaking with her fronts arms flopped out to the side. That’s lasted about a second then she shifted a little bit, repositioned her front legs and went back to sleep. That same situation has happened twice since in about a hour period. Reading online I saw it could be a number of things but I don’t know much about lizards so I’m going to try to give some details of her environment in hopes that someone here can help me. It is a 10 gal tank (she is less than 3” long from nose to tail). It has sand on the bottom that she burrows in every night. It also have a few sticks and a platform thingy for her to climb on. When I asked the person at Petsmart she said it’s warm enough here (Sacramento, ca) that she didn’t need a light as long as she has sunlight coming in and a basking rock. The fun comes in for a couple hours a day and we have a big rock where the sun hits. She lays in the sun everyday. We feed her the small crickets, she usually eats 2 maybe 3 at a time and we get her 9-10 a week. Per recommendation from the lady at the pet store we do the calcium powder every other week. She has a water bowl that I’m constantly filling but I’ve never seen her use it. Any idea what it could be as well as is it permanent and what should I do are greatly appreciated.