You have some husbandry issues. The bulb you have is not a UVB which is a big issue. UVB is a must to prevent Metabolic Bone Disease. The UVB bulb works with a Calcium supplement 5 days a and a Vitamin 2 days a week. The Bulb I recommend is a Reptisun 10.0 linear tube that will supply adequate UVB ray. the other bulb is nothing but a basking bulb.
The next issue is we never feed meal worms to Dragons. The cause impactions due to the high amount of chitin in the hard outer shell. We feed crickets silk worms, Phoenix worms, Dubia Roaches and goliath worms. Over the age of one year old the Dragon should be on 80% Veggies and 20% live prey to avoid Kidney and liver issues. You can try a variety of veggies to include escarole, collard greens, Mustard greens, curly endives, romaine, Butternut squash, green beans.
Right now we can try and promote a stool by giving 1 cc of baby food prunes and, wait an hour and then place in a warm soak and massage the abdomen to try and promote a stool. If it does not work the first day please try again the next day.
The temps in basking area should be 105*-110*, the warm side 90's and the cool side should be in the 80's. If the the tamps are not correct, then the digestion can stop. The warm temps are needed.
To get the Dragon to eat the veggies, you can use fruit baby food like a salad dressing and withhold live prey for a few days. They will eventually eat with some tough love.
If the prunes do not work the Vet may need to do an Xray and also an enema, or give something stonger to break the stool loose. If you do not have a Herp Vet I can locate some with a State.