My 22+ week old pullet was, as the title suggests, sneezing and had a bubbly eye in the left inner corner. She actually woke me up this morning because I could hear her "sneezes". They didn't really sound like normal sneezes, but a bit of a small cluck and cough and sneeze all mixed together. Anyhow, My room window is directly looking into the chicken coop as I am half underground. I looked out the window which she was right outside of and saw her sneezing and when she turned around I saw she had a bubbly eye. Anyhow, I got up and googled the symptoms and I've seen it range from respiratory issues to much worse. The thing is, when I got up and isolated her from the other two young hens, she ended up acting completely normal and has since stopped sneezing and doesn't have a bubbly eye or any discharge from her nostrils. In fact, as I type this she is in a box in my room and doesn't seem to have any issue. Should I still call a vet and see if I need some medicine just in case? Or does anyone think that maybe it was just the morning snuffles and a overactive tear duct? Should I continue to isolate her for observation?