Hi everyone, my diamond python isn't a great 'shedder', and has a history of skin problems with a few more recent ones, I am wondering if this is a husbandry problem and if so how I can fix it. He doesn't soak in his bowl, and as a result I have to constantly spray his cage when he is about to shed, or soak him, which he hates and stresses him out so I try to avoid if possible. I also put sphagnum moss in his hide, but he often avoids going into it if there is moss or other items in there. He will curl up in the middle of the cage instead. Last shed cycle, I did what I always do, I didn't soak him, but I did spray him and put some moss in his hide. He shed relatively well with the exception of a few stuck shed patches on his back, only a few scales big. I couldn't get these off no matter how much I soaked him, and if I tried to 'peel' them off after his soak, it only lifted up scales, so I stopped and under the advice of a couple people, and left it alone until the next shed, which wouldn't be long as he sheds very frequently. This shed cycle, I did everything I could to make sure he shed as well as possible, I soaked him twice, in warm water for 15-20 minutes, used "reptile shed spray", and sprayed the tank everyday. He shed not too long ago and I gently took him out recently to check that he had properly shed. He seems to have mostly recovered from the retained shed patches, although there is minor scale wrinkling as a result. But, now there are more issues He seems to have a small patch of scales that looks very damaged, there is almost a 'dent' in the skin and it is slightly pink, he also has a slightly pink belly, with a majority of the pinkness coming from within his scales, I'm worried that will all my attempts to keep his tank humid I may have made this worse. He has been to the vet before for a couple of skin wounds on the side of his body, which the vet and I thought to be burns despite his light being caged, they have healed but the scales are malformed and discolored. She couldn't really help me and I just had to wait for them to heal. Should I do the same with the patch of damaged scales? I'd rather not take him to the vet if it's something that will clear up on its own or if I can treat, but if I have to I definitely will. I've taken some recent photos of the areas, Sorry for the poor quality he's not one to sit still. Any advice or experience is greatly appreciated, I am very worried. Thank you.