I'm gonna be honest and say that my monitor isn't growing nearly as much as I would like him to in fact, he's gotten skinny. That being said, I have been making sure I that meet his required humidity, enclosure(for his size anyways), temperature, and nutrition requirements. He eats his fill of calcium dusted crickets every day and gets a hopper once a week. Has the proper humidity like I said (around 75-80 percent). He likes to relieve himself when I pick him up, which is typical, but today I noticed his stool looked discolored and greenish. Could parasites cause him to become so skinny, I have pics of him from four weeks back where he looked a lot fatter, and he was under the same living conditions. He's being fed EVERY day and he is eating and behaving normally, I just don't know what to do about his lack of weight gain, I know for a fact that he has increased in overall length, but not fat to body proportions. Should I take him to my petshop (surprisingly they actually do have some medical herp knowledge)? Or am I doing something wrong? He hasn't looked this skinny since the whole getting loose and running around my house for three weeks incident. I had some extra time so I figured I'd ask on here before I obligated myself to the vet or petshop.