I have a 2-year old Wyandotte hen who has been eating poorly and is moving much slower than everybody else. Yesterday when I checked her over I noticed that abdomen was swollen. What am I looking for in determining whether the abdomen is filled with liquids vs. swollen organs? For further information: I have unsuccessfully been treating her for her bumblefoot. The scab and puss keeps coming back. She molted very late in winter (Jan/Feb) and has been very slow at that. Coinciding with her molt she had stopped laying and I havent seen an egg from her since. Im wondering two things: What are the chances that her foot-infection has spread into her body and/or could she been laying internally? I'm a bit of the squemish sort and never have poked a needle into an animal. However, I'm willing to give her a try if draining of her abdomen is an option and/or injectable penicillin is recommended. Any and all advice is very much appreciated! I forgot to mention: her comb is not dark or blue in color. It is, however much paler than normal.