If you see not signs of mucus or blowing bubbles, just make sure the temps are set again. Also make sure your humidity levels are up and she should beat it on her own.
If it doesn't clear up within a week or so, I would see a QUALIFIED vet. Most vets, even those that say they specialize in exotics, have no idea what to do in these situations. Good luck finding one that does. The extra heat and humidity should do it.
One question...........what are your breeding temps set at?