My two year old Red Rhode Island was struck by fly strike. The maggots caused only a small bit of damage on her tail. I cleaned out the infection and now it turned into a black hardened scab that is about a quarter and a half in size. I am spraying Verteracine around the wound. I am worried that there are maggot eggs behind the scab. Is that a possiblity or are the maggots eggs all dead? She is seperated from the rest of the flock and in a comfortable dark and warm area. After the operation she seemed to be doing well. I was wondering earlier if she had worms before her fly strike. She had dirrarea which led to the flys having a perfect place to nest. Right now her droppings are small amounts of yellow liquid. I want to deworm her, although I heard that it is hard on weakened chickens. She is weak right now so I am worried. She refuses to eat certain things and only small amounts. I have givin her eletroyts in her water to help her. Her comb is starting to slowly flop over. She closes her eye constantly as if she is in pain or she is just sleepy all the time. Is she just taking awhile to recover from fly strike? Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get her to eat? Any suggestions on should I deworm her or maybe there is something else wrong with her?