I have a hen that is just over a year, had been laying fine until recently. A few weeks ago her shells began to get thinner and thinner. I always have oyster shell & egg shell available. A few days ago, I realized she was stuck. I gave her a warm bath and checked her vent and tried to help it along with KY. No luck, she went to the vet and they gave her calcium and were able to get the egg out, but there was another. So they hydrated her, gave her more calcium, pain killer, antibiotic. No luck. Finally they tried something that is used on dogs in labor. No luck. They told me to take her home. So she's been home a few days. I've given her calcium gluconate, 1ml yesterday. She has been eating some and walking around, but is now getting slower and less interested in food, though still willing to have a little. I just gave her another bath because she was a mess from the vets attempts. She has been doing little soft poops, but this afternoon I haven't seen anything, though she is out in the yard. I just gave her 1.5ml calcium gluconate. I checked her vent with glove and oil and can feel a bit of that **** crushed egg in there. I just gave her some buttermilk because why not. Before the whole thing started, I had recently treated for coccidiosis with corid and then works with safeguard. Could these have affected her? What do I do now? How aggressively should I try prying the egg out with my finger? Am I likely to hurt her more than she is now? Am I at the point of just do whatever because she's not likely to make it much longer anyway? Is there any hope for her?