Sorry didn't know what to title this? I recently got a little Blue Tongue Skink a couple of days ago and have named them Alduin. I've been trying not to disturb Alduin but tonight had to take them out of the tank for a moment to swap UV bulb. The tube bulb had a problem with it so I got a new one. The bulb is suspended in the tank so that Alduin can get close to it (as Skinks don't climb like snakes/dragons?) and I didn't want to change it while Alduin was in the tank... just in case! Anyway got them out, my Mum was feeding them a couple of snails to keep them happy while I changed the bulb. Long story short Alduin accidentally grabbed her finger instead of the snail and she reflex pulled her hand away. She didn't mean to! Just freaked out and her reflex reaction was to yank her hand away. Little Alduin has been holding onto her finger and got flung across the room, roughly 2 metres I'd say? They hit the wall with a loud thump and I instantly ran over and picked them up. I held them for a while and they seemed okay, walking and using all legs, no hissing or huffing, no lethargy or balance problems. They seemed fine. I offered them some strawberries and snails but they wouldn't take them, first red flag as they are an absolute gutts!!! They also did a poo on me despite already doing one today. The poo was pretty sloppy and smelt had (unlike the one today) but there was no sign of blood in it. I assumed this was from shock/fear. I've put them back in the tank and they're currently inside the hide. My question is: Should I take them to a Vet tomorrow to get checked/X-rayed even though they seem fine? I've checked Alduin over and they don't hiss or seem upset if I poke their ribs, legs, or anywhere else. I've checked Alduin's eyes, mouth, nose and vent and there is no visible blood. No visible bruising or discolouration on them either. I know reptiles are experts at hiding pain. Do you think Alduin is hurt or just extremely lucky? I'll gladly take them to a Vet if any of you think that's necessary. Thank you all so much for reading and any available advice, means the world to me.