He's acting a little different after laying eggs. I find him sleeping with his body outside of the shell, and he doesn't seem to be able to retract inside all the way. I thought he was dead last night, because he didn't wake up when I sprayed him and had no response to my touch. His body was stiff and felt hard. He was a little cold. He was sleeping with half of his body retracted, and his eyes sucked in, but he wasn't laying limply. He hid himself under the wet moss and his food, and was eating it from the underside. I suppose he wants to be covered now? He had no foul odour, so I gave him a bath and he woke up very quickly. I've kept him in the same conditions the entire time I've had him, he only started acting like this after laying eggs. He laid about 12 eggs, then went crazy eating the calcium for the next couple days. His house is kept pretty humid, but it's not hot. He hangs out at the bottom of the tank and hides. I'd describe his body as a piece of well done steak. That's what it feels like to touch him. His skin isn't dry, he's just really firm now, for some reason.
Once he woke up, I poked him a little to see how much he could retract. It doesn't seem to be a muscular issue, I think he's just become too chunky to fit back inside! He hasn't been having that much protein, so how did he get that fat so quickly? Could he be unable to retract fully because he's retaining some eggs? If so, how would I coax him to lay the rest? He's been acting like this for a couple days.