Evening everyone! I had posted here before about my EE pullet, Esther. : She had a traumatic injury to her right eye but with some TLC and advice from y'all, she was right as rain. Well, she now has a watery and thick bubbly viscous discharge coming from her left eye. I noticed it a few days ago but thought it might be just irritated. Well tonight I looked again and I noticed the bubbly salvia like consistency and went "hmm". She has been shaking her head and scratching at her eye as if it is irritated. She is behaving normally otherwise. Eating, hanging out with her sisters, and being a normal happy chicken. Only thing that has changed is she laid her first egg two days ago and her 2nd today (proud chicken mama moment there)! Anyway, I brought her in and tried to soften some of the crusty build off around her eye area and put some ophthalmic gel in her eye. I can't see anything that could indicate a traumatic injury. I do need to mention I think i have the dry form of chicken pox going around the 5 girls I have. Their combs, soft areas around beak and wattles all are scabby looking but I think we are on the other side of it. With all that said, is this something that would warrant a vet visit or just wait and see with supportive care? Thank you!