I am sorry to hear you are worried about Trouble. My name is Rebecca. I am a veterinarian and will do my best to help.
I agree that this could be eclampsia, low blood calcium, also known as milk fever. A mother puts so much of her body's calcium into her milk that her blood calcium level gets too low.
The fever fits in with this condition. The baths may help, but as long as her calcium is too low, she will continue to have a fever. That is why it is called "milk fever".
She really needs emergency care; this condition can be fatal. If you truly can't get her to a vet tonight, I would take the puppies away from her so they don't drain her of any more calcium. If you can give her calcium and vitamin D supplements tonight, that might help.
Usually we treat these dogs with IV calcium, and then send the dog home on calcium supplements and vitamin D. Sometimes you have to hand raise the puppies so they don't take more milk and calcium out of her but if you can keep her calcium levels up with supplements they may be able to stay together.
I would not wait until 10:30 tomorrow; be at your vet when they open and make them look at her and measure her blood calcium level. But it would be far better to take her to emergency tonight.
It is not the best thing for the puppies to take them away from her, but if you really want to save her that would be best. They will survive, and you can get puppy milk replacer for them tomorrow.
Please let me know what other questions you have. Rebecca.