The last 3 hatchlings in my last hatch had a bit of a rough time of it...humidity went too high, then shrink wrapping when I tried to sort it out. Anyway, the long and short of it is 1 had omphalitis - about a pea sized bulge that I tried to get to go back in but it wouldn't fit. I sprayed it with the antiseptic spray and now at 3 days old its still there. I had presumed I'd need to cull him but he is running about peeping away like the rest. Is there any chance it will resolve itself as he grows or should I cull him? Now the other 2 have I think its called rough navels. There is a scabby, crusty bit on their navels. I was under the impression it would fall off after a day or two but its still there now. Is it just like a human umbilical cord stump and will fall off in a week or so, or is it likely to be a problem for them? I'm keeping their brooder super clean to prevent infection.