As I've posted a few weeks back, my AWD (Jefe) has been having some rough times. She still exhibits no change in behavior, energy, etc. I've been giving her oral calcium gluconate supplement daily, ordered by vet. Three weeks ago the vet said he could feel ovarian follicle development, but no proper eggs yet. But in the last 3 weeks her eating has slowed even more. It also concerned me that during daily calcium dosage, I could not feel any eggs. It probably shouldn't be taking that long for eggs to be palpable, so I decided to call off sick and get her into the vet. He did some feeling around and another radiograph and said things don't look good. Radiograph indicated that there is no egg development. He said the belly feels entirely too hard/stiff, and suspects ovarian follicle rupture or ovarian cyst. So... yeah. At this point my options don't look good. A scope is possible, or an ultrasound. He said he would prefer to just do an exploratory surgery. Unfortunately this means that if the ovaries are the problem, they would have to be removed - killing my dream of eventually breeding this reptile. I pressed him for any aspects of my care that could have caused this, and he couldn't figure out what might have been the cause. I'm just waiting for my wife to get home so we can figure out what we should do. Anyone have experience with ovarian disease in agamids?