Egg bound and prolapse
Give her a calcium tablet, a Tums, or some ground egg shell in a bit of yogurt or egg for calcium, in case she is deficiency.Make sure she is drinking a lot of water. Make sure that she is able to pass droppings. Honey is also good to help decrease swelling. I would just keep a close eye on her so that you can push the prolapse back in if it comes out, and keep her clean. You may be able to lubricate her vent, and try to manipulate the egg out.The egg could be too big to pass, but I hope it comes out with baths, abdominal massage, and the calcium. Here is some reading for you:
Edited by Eggcessive - 5/27/16 at 6:53pm
Edited by heatherlaw - 3/1/17 at 4:55pm
Well she prolapsed again. I swear, I have dealt with more chicken illnesses in my 2 years of chicken keeping than most deal with in a lifetime on a farm. I have dealt with sour/slow/pendulus crop, a tumor in the crop which I removed myself, bumblefoot, fowl pox, prolapsed vent, numerous injures, coccidiosis, worms, wry neck and egg binding. I clean my coop regularly, provide constant fresh water with ACV, a balanced diet, calcium available at all times, plenty of space and still i have lots of emergencys. Sometimes i want to quit
I'm sorry you're having troubles It sounds like you have been dealing with a lot, don't give it.
It looks like you received good advice from @Eggcessive last year in this thread.