Last night I went out to shut the pop door and check that everyone was in. When I looked on the roost, Trouble, our white easter egger, was straining with her vent towards me and something pinkish and organ-like appearing at the vent opening. I ran back in to check on this forum what a prolapse looks like but wasn't successful. I returned to the coop to find Trouble had laid one of those rubbery like eggs, despite having already laid a regular egg that day. Am I getting upset for nothing (I've never seen a chicken lay an egg with such a clear view of the vent - maybe this is always what is looks like?) or is this a possible sign that she may suffer a prolapse?