Has anyone ever tried flushing a hens oviduct (probably not exactly correct part of system) with chlorhexidine solution when presenting with egg peritonise? I have a chicken that seems to be egg bound but after examination doesn't have an egg in her. So next thing is egg peritonise which is caused by egg yolk in her oviduct system. If that's the case it seems proper protocol would be flush yolk out of chicken. When dealing with cows that have a retained placenta we have flush their uterus with a chlorhexidine solution to flush bacteria from rotten placenta out of uterus and prevent infection can the same concept be used for egg peritonise chicken?