I've searched and searched trying to figure out what the deal is with no luck so I'm finally going to post and ask. I have a pullet whose exact age is unknown. She was given to me about 2 1/2 weeks ago and I was told at the time she was somewhere between 9-12 weeks old. The person who gave her to me gave her to replace a hen that she had also given to me (with a rooster) but the hen died. I believe that they had cocci based on bloody diarrhea, droopy wings, listlessness and the hen got to the point where she would no longer eat or drink. I tried feeding her and she appeared to get better but then suddenly had a seizure or something and died. I did medicate them with Sulmet and my rooster seems to be doing fine now. Back to my pullet; She has had diarrhea and since she came from the same place I was treating her for that. She has just finished a course of Corid but still seems to have the diarrhea (but no blood. I do have the "poo page" and trust me I've poured over it. Hers isn't in the normal range.) Her other issue is she has an eye that is closed or almost closed. Her other eye is fine, her eyes were fine when I got her but several days ago I noticed one of her eyes was a tiny bit swollen and partially closed. Over the past few days it's gotten to where it seems to be always closed though the swelling isn't worse. I have noticed she is itching it a lot. I have checked all of my birds for bugs, lice, fleas, ticks, UFO's, Arnold Schwarzenegger and everything else I can think of! I have to leave in a couple of minutes so I don't have time right this second to post a picture but I can do it tomorrow if that's helpful. It doesn't even look like anything major, just closed! If anyone has any ideas I would appreciate the help. She's housed in one of those Chick n Hutches with one other pullet who seems to be completely fine. The healthy one (Dixie) is perky and wandering around while the sick one (Pika) is eating and drinking but less perky than Dixie. Pika will stop for rests a lot more often. I just want all my birds healthy! Thank you.