I've put him in like warm water but nothing .. I can see his eye balls still glassy but quite sunk.. he isn't stiff but his back feet look quite flat. We are trying everything but I do think he's gone.Try putting him in a lukewarm soak. Hold his head up. And yes, keep him warm.
I know the shock...I had a desert tort die in hibernation last Spring. It's horrible! I'm so sorry.
They can be close to dead and come back, so you are doing the right things.
His nostrils do look a little blocked. I've just pumped his legs and put him back under the lamp. I will leave him for a bit and keep checking on him. His body is quite warm and eyes still a bit glassy so fingers crossed. Thanks for your help. I will keep you postedGasses leave the body with death, but it could also be a good sign. Either way.
Have you checked his nostrils? Just make sure they don't look blocked.
Maybe pump his legs a bit. That helps air go into the lungs.