1. Face abscesses. Face abscesses are usually a tooth issue but can be caused by other factors.
2. Respiratory infections.
3. Urinary tract and pouch infections.
4. Dehydration. Please push plain unflavored water as often as you can and if that does not help, vet care is required. However, keep in mind that if a glider is lethargic and cold, it will not drink or eat.... so make sure that your gliders body temperature is up.
5. Mating, dominance wounds.
6. Broken bones.
7. Tail injuries.
8. Hind leg paralysis. Its is not always a calcium issue, it can also be bacterial.