Do you mean fly strike?
Did you actually see maggots on her?
Fly strike (I assume that's what you meant in your post) is when flys lay eggs on the rabbit, usually on wounds or dirty areas, and then the eggs hatch into maggots which eat into the rabbit. Fly strike is most common on rabbit's backend.
If your rabbit has fly strike, it should see a vet. Even if the maggots are all removed, they release a toxin that can be deadly.
A crusty eye on a rabbit does not mean fly strike. It could be a ton of diffrent things - mites, an eye infection, tooth root problems - among other things. Unless you actually see maggots I wouldn't assume fly strike if all the rabbit has is a crusty eye.
I wouldn't advise putting worm powder and antibiodics near your rabbits eye like that unless instructed to do so by a vet. You don't know for sure what is causing the problem, and you could very well do more harm than good.
I strongly recommend that you take her to the vet to find out what she has for sure, and how to treat it.
Good luck! I hope you find out what's going on and your rabbit is feeling better soon.
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