My 8 day old columbian wyndotte chick seems to be having "pooping problems" today. It began this afternoon with her squawking loudly while obvioulsy trying to poo. It has continued all evening. She seems to be going regularly, and still eating and drinking, but she seems to be in so much pain when trying to "go". She squawks wth each push and after 3 or 4 pushes she usually passes a small, round poo, carmel colored with some white. It doesn't look all that much different from the others'. We tried soaking her bum in warm water and applying some oil, although there was nothing stuck there, nor is there now. Her bum seems to be slightly swollen and a bit more pink than it should be. She has been eating starter food and we just started chick grit yesterday as some of the chicks are a week older. What can I do for her??? And will she be ok??? I'm so worried about her, and it's so hard to watch her when she's in pain. This is my first batch of chicks and have only had them for a week. Definitely still a newbie. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for her. Thank you so much!!