Thank you for waiting. There is an excellent chance that your turtle needs to lay some egg, but is having trouble. Turtles can retain eggs or become egg bound (unable to pass eggs) This can cause infection, organ damage, and even death. Symptoms of a problem may include not laying eggs, laying only a few eggs, lethargy, pacing, lack of appetite, prolapse, digging motions, and kicking of the back legs. At this site, you can read more about egg-laying and egg retention:
There is no way to be certain this is what is going on without a vet exam, but all the conditions point to it. Once this happens, there are three potential outcomes: eventually the eggs are laid, the eggs are resorbed by the body, or the turtle dies. I recommend that you take her to a reptile vet. X-rays will help determine the nature of the problem. The vet will decide whether it's appropriate to try an injection of a hormone that will induce egg-laying, or if surgery is necessary. Here is a directory of reptile vets:
If you have further questions, just let me know. I hope your turtle will be fine.
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