I have been posting under Egg Bound the thread is 3 pages long. I am worried sick over my 1 year old veiled female who is eggbound. I have been back and forth to the vet over the past month. Ellie has been given pitocin, CAciulm everyday. She is free ranged with 3 different laying bins. Her room temp is 80 with 50% humidity, basking temps of 90's. She is misted 3 times a day has a gut loaded diet of crickets, superworms, hornworms etc. Her weight was 178g now is 182g. Her lighting consists of HO5 and a Zoo med power sun 100 new bulbs, basking light 75 watts. She has barely eaten, is no longer wandering and just sitting. She never ran from me but is now running when she see's me probably due to injection everyday of Oxytocin. Surgery was scheduled for today the vet place called me last night with instructions and because she ate a small hornworm yesterday they want to postpone the surgery until next wednesday a whole week and now want bloodwork tomorrow. Is this ok? I am scared she won't make it another week, they seem so unalarmed about this situation. Everything I read it states it's an emergency, the vet has never operated on a chameleon only iguanas. I started a facebook page to raise money becuase the cost is going to be over $800 and now bloodwork of $180. I've been calling other vets that have reptile experience to no avail I am waiting on a call back on one an hour away. My question is waiting another week reasonable?