Okay Molly and I are back from the vet and I have a few facts that EVERYONE should know about! Before I talk about Molly here is what I learned: 1) For subQ fluids, remember to tell your veterinarian to mix lactated ringers with 1 part solution, 1 part distilled water. Regular lactated ringers solution has a higher saline content then what reptiles need, so giving it straight solution is actually DEHYDRATING the reptile, no hydrating it. 2) For hydrating at home, DO NOT USE PEDIALYTE, GATORADE, OR POWERADE. Just like the lactated ringers solution, you are actually DEHYDRATING the reptile instead of hydrating it. Give it APPLE JUICE, Dr. Mertz says to not worry about the sugar as long as it isn't given in large amounts. So now to Molly, We had a culture done of the bacteria, results should be back in a week. In the meantime he gave me another antibiotic, I can't remember what it is called though, it is an oral suspention. I need to give that once a day, he wants her to be able to see again as soon as possible. He says the eye abcsess is not ready to be drained yet, and he wants to leave the abcsesses on her head also, he believes they will go away in time and they are sectioned off from the rest of the body pretty well. He also dewormed her with panacur and also wants me to give her 1/10 of a 250mg tablet of metronidazol next week. In the meantime, this is all. He gave me some syringe tips that at first looked like needles, but are actually blunt on the end and are great for getting medication in their mouths. I hope this post helps everyone, I did not know about those things!