My 3-year old Wyandotte has what I believe are 2 large eggs in her lower abdomen. I have had her in the house and keeping her warm for a week. I had found her crouching in a corner of the coop. She was eating and drinking fairly well until yesterday. I have tried the warm baths. I have tried manipulating one ot the eggs up toward her vent. She strained and strained, but nothing. I tried inserting a gloved, oiled finger, but I don't know what I am doing and afraid of causing damage. She has been ill off and on since I have had her, but has come out of it, sometimes with antibiotics. I suspect this has been the problem all along. I have someone who occasionally lays duck-sized eggs. I am guessing it is her. I think maybe her muscles are shot. What I want is to help her without causing unnecessary suffering or to know if I should let her continue to fail and pass.