One of my Rhode Island Red is a little over a year old and has been laying for some time. We have only had her for 4 months. She has laid eggs with blood on them since we got her. We tried catching her and cleaning her vent and putting neosporin on it for 4 or 5 days, but that didn't seem to help. When I went to the vet for my cat I asked her about it. She gave me a prescription for her and I separated her and gave her the prescription and a wormer for 5 days. It didn't help either. Now the amount of blood on the eggs is larger and I don't know what I should do. I believe whatever her problem is, it's getting worse. What should I do? I've considered trying the antibiotic again. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!