Hello Everyone! I'm hoping for some suggestions from those more experienced than myself. Yesterday afternoon I noticed one of my Ameraucana's was separate from the flock, had droppings along her backside, and her bottom looked like it was protruding. I put her in a dog kennel and brought her inside. I suspected that she was egg bound and proceeded to follow many of the suggestions here. - I put her in a warm epsom salt bath and did an exam with a well lubricated/gloved finger and could feel an egg. I let her soak for about 20 minutes. - Gave her a calcium supplement that was dissolved in water and syringed it into her mouth. - Waited an hour and she was still straining so I put her back into another warm bath. - Gently massaged her abdomen in an effort to help her move the egg out. I swear I felt two eggs from the outside! - I could tell by the way she was acting that she wasn't going to be able to pass the eggs on her own, so I used gentle traction from the outside of her body and helped her push them out. The first egg came out and there was a little blood that also came out. Once the first egg was out the other egg moved into position and I helped that one along the same path. - I put her back in the kennel to relax and rest and she proceeded to continue pushing and pushed out what appeared to be the torn membrane of an egg. I was shocked as I watched her to continue pushing as I was sure I'd be dealing with a prolapse at any minute. To my surprise another fully intact soft shell egg emerged. At this point I figured the poor hen was probably exhausted and in shock. I made sure she was towel dried and provided food, water, and gave her some nutridrench in our warm bathroom and let her rest. Today she's awake but doesn't appear to have eaten or drank anything. She's just perched on the edge of the cardboard box that's filled with shavings. I'm worried that there's something else I should be doing? Should I give her another bath and clean out her vent? None of the shelled eggs broke and the soft membrane that came out I was able to remove completely. I don't want to mess with her poor backside anymore if it's not necessary. I gave her a dose of chicken intensive care herbs last night and am hoping that she isn't going to come down with an infection. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm just amazed that the poor girl had that many eggs in her little body! I hope I did the right things for her.