I have a chicken that I posted about not too long ago--almost two weeks I believe ( as having white poop coming out of her back end. I thought she had a prolapse. We separated her as the other birds would attack her bloodied white poopy drainage and perhaps the red that they saw.. She appeared somewhat better so we let her back with the other birds--(she was eating--had her own little perch to be left alone) We had our chickens since after Easter of this year when we got chicks. We didn't know what to do. She was eating last night. We thought maybe we could help her by giving her a bath as was a suggestion on the forum. I think it made matters worse by messing with her. We tried to see if she had any impacted egg and found none. We put her in a box with some crumble and water. She ate the crumble last night. This morning and today she is lethargic as ever. She drank some water that I put a crushed TUMS in thinking it might help her if she is hypocalcemic. I also made her drink earlier today. Not eating anymore today. She pooped today and it was dark brown color---unformed. I cannot afford a vet--nor if I could know of one that knows much about chickens. She is quiet and peaceful in her box. I am expecting her to die at some point today. If there was something else I could do to pull her out of this--I would. My thought is that because of ignorance, if the interventions of giving a bath were done long ago and anything related to the possible prolapse, she may have done better. Now, I think it just caused her too much stress and she is over the edge and we will lose her. It's hard to watch a chicken get sick and die. How do you know if they are suffering or not when they appear so lethargic? Do they EVER pull out of it when they are appearing like they just want to sleep all the time? Our other 9 chickens are feisty as ever. So far this is our third loss. The other two were to a coyote I believe.