This is the younger of my two snakes. She's an albino Burmese python and her cagemate is a 10-year-old boa constrictor. Goldie and Pancho are their names.
Last time I went to feed them, everything went well but Goldie had some red marks on her back. Goldie usually bites herself when eating smaller prey and I thought that she had opened up an old wound so I gave her a bath afterwards.
The marks did not come off. As a matter of fact, the latter half of her body was a giant water blister.
All that happened on March 16th of this year and since then, I have been to and from the veterinary clinic many days in a row followed by every week once a week until now. I am continuing to give her shots every day along with baths and ointment for her entire body in order to help her survive whatever caused this. Up till now, the cause is unknown.
See the video for my thoughts and methods as I run a reptile intensive care unit out of a backpack on my kitchen table.
I mentioned how they curl up exactly how they want to in the video, here's an example.