Good evening. I'm on this forum because I'm afraid I'm out of options. I have a juvenile veiled male chameleon. He's around 3-4 months old. He is in a medium reptibreeze mesh cage. The basking temp is around 90 and the lower temp is around 70-74. He has a constant water drip. He has multiple vines and fake plants. He is misted twice a day and his humidity stays around 50 percent. He is fed small crickets and meal worms. Both of these are gut loaded and dusted in calcium and multivitamins on alternate days (Monday calcium, Tuesday multivitamins, ect. And Sunday is an off day for both) His substrate is reptile carpet. When we got him, he had a RI. We took him to our local vet, which doesn't know a lot about reptiles. They gave us an antibiotic to give to him twice a day. We did that for a few days until he stopped eating and started throwing up the antibiotics. We stopped the antibiotics, soaked him in Pedialyte mixed with water, and he seemed to perk up. He was eating a little for about a week. Now he's back to eating almost nothing, maybe a couple meal worms a day. His poop is very runny and he does it multiple times a day. He wants out all the time and is wheezing. The nearest reptile vet is over an hour away and he will not make the trip there. They will not do an appointment over the phone either. We have tried the Pedialyte soak again, a shower, and some reptiboost. Nothing is seeming to help. I am at a complete loss. The only other option is to start the antibiotics again, but with him eating so little I am afraid it will make him sicker than he already is. I've researched for days and cannot find anything. Any help at this point would be appreciated.