Hi! Hope your girly is feeling a bit better? It’s a good sign she’s still eating,I worry about her leg because I’ve heard about eggs pressing on the spinal cord (or some nerve) and it causes paralysis in the back legs.The twitching of her leg or it seeming like it’s weaker worries me that something is pushing on her nerves.It does happen with egg bound beardies,it can start out as partial paralysis and then get worse and cause full paralysis of the back legs.There’s another thread on here called “Clyde has preovulatory follicular statis” which is good for information and was recently spayed due to follicles like your girl has id have a look at that if you’re able.I really do hope she feels better soon,the outside time is great for her as long as she doesn’t seem upset or uncomfortable I would keep up with it.At night if you want to keep her a little warmer you can can a ceramic heat emitter,it will warm her up without any light so she can sleep peacefully! Should also help fight off any infection if she is kept warmer at night but again depends on your house temps overnight! I wouldI’ve been giving her a warm bath every few days since she got sick. She drinks some water when in the tub. I take her outside daily when warm for about an hour or so to get some fresh air and sun. Today I had her out she ate some watermelon and I’ve been giving her a few worms every couple days to keep her energy up. Then I put her in her cage under the uv light and basking light for awhile. I also have a uv bulb hooked above where she sleeps so she gets a little of that on her back and tail until I go to bed. I’m hoping her blood work comes back tomorrow but since it’s a holiday it may not. I found out another vet is going to be seeing exotic animals starting on the 6th but I’m not waiting that long. Been asking around a few places and looking at places online within a 2 hour drive. I just hope everything works out. Her legs that has issues she seems to try to use a little more in the tub so hopefully they are getting stronger again, she was using them to prop up her head some but I don’t know if she was just Putting pressure on the one. If the vet don’t call tomorrow I’m calling any vet I can get into and I want another ultrasound and X-ray don’t to see if there is a change and check her leg.
Call your original vet today and explain to them you never had a chance to see ultrasound and need to see it or have a repeat done this week.It sounds horrible but even if you make her sound a little worse than she actually is it might prompt them to get her in.Unfortunately with reptiles especially our little ones it seems like most vets have the wait and see mentality which is not the right option in this situation.Hope your girl is feeling better and you’re feeling better as well,it’s an awfully stressing situation.When bee was spayed I spent about 2 weeks crying and felt like I’d been hit by a train even now I’m very paranoid about her and check her a ridiculous amount I’ll be keeping your girl in my thoughts Also wanted to add,the baths probably give her some relief form the pain/discomfort.It helps relax her belly and would provide some relief I believe (same concept if someone was on their period and wanted a hot shower or hot water bottle?) don’t want to over do it with baths but I think that should be helping her a lot.How have a her poops been? Can you feel any eggs in her belly? If you think it’ll hurt or upset her then don’t feel but if you can very very gently just feel over and around her belly and you might be able to feel eggs/little Marbles.We couldn’t feel them with bee as the shells hadn’t formed which is why the vets didn’t believe it was eggs to start with.One last thing when she sees the other vets please make sure they’re really gentle with her especially her belly,if she has eggs and someone is too rough it may cause one to burst which is fatal.