I'm pretty stumped. I honestly thought she would be dead by now or considerably better. Its been 12 days since I noticed she wasn't coming out of the coup with the other chickens. She couldn't walk or stand and was a bit floppy just sitting there. I brought her inside and inspected her. No broken bones I could tell, no wounds, crop felt good, vent looks good, couldn't feel any hard eggs externally. Put a gloved lubed finger up her vent about 2 inches and couldn't feel anything. She wasn't acting like anything was tender on her body. Poop is normal. Her head and neck were alert and good. She was an early layer at 18.5 weeks and laid well for 3 weeks until I found her like this. Even though I couldn't feel any egg issues I figured she might be egg bound. So I gave her a warm bath, lubed her up, and gave her .8ml orally of calcium glucosonate. I've been doing the calcium twice a day since then and put soaked feed by her in the coup to make sure she's eating. Put some raw apple cider vinegar in her water a few times as well. Since then she has laid 4 shellless eggs and 2 hard eggs. One of them was pretty big so I assumed that was the problem and she would be better, but that was 5 days ago and she's not better. She has been able to hobble a little bit in the last week so I put her by the outside waterer in the morning but she makes her way back to the coup within the hour and stays in there the rest of the day. The other hens aren't bugging her so I haven't felt the need to keep her isolated. I'm going out of town in 3 days for a week and I'm not sure what to do. The 14 year old neighbor girl watches them while I'm gone. I don't want a chicken dying on her but I also don't think she's bad enough to just cull. I can instruct her to give her soaked feed but not comfortable having her do the calcium. I think I'll just do once a day on calcium starting today. Ideas?