I have a hen (Betty, Black Australorp) that I believe has recently developed an internal laying issue. For a couple weeks I have gotten several shell-less eggs dropped from the roost at night. Up until today I had no idea who was doing this as everyone seemed norma and happyl. Today Betty has been somewhat listless and stiff when she walks so I can only assume she is the one. She won't let me catch her so I am waiting until she's on the roost to get her and bring her inside for a better examination. In doing internet research today on egg yolk peritonitis I read that hens with this often have a high incidence of double yolks. I have been getting a gigantic double yolker every 7-10 days, and just got one 2 days ago. I don't know for sure if Betty is producing these but it seems like that might be a logical conclusion. If Betty is developing or has EYP, which is bacterial, is it still safe to eat her eggs? Other than the double yolkers I have no idea which eggs might be hers, which would mean all my eggs are now inedible? I tried searching the forum for this info but only got a ton of generic threads about internal laying and honestly don't have the time or inclination to read through the hundreds or thousands of replies in the hope of finding the answer to this question. Helpful advice on this question as well as managing this condition would be greatly appreciated.