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Can you tell me if the bubbles are from nose or mouth?
Any open mouth breathing?
Is the turtle eating?
Thank-you for the information. This definitely sound like a Respiratory infection. Unfortunately the only way to resolve this is a Herp Vet visit for Antibiotics. I do suggest that you bump up the enclosure temps 5*, and make sure you give the turtle a good soak. If you supply a State I can locate a List of Herp Vets for you. I wish I could give you a Home treatment, but this is a common issue in turtles and if not seen can go into Pneumonia.