I've been reading through a lot of other threads and forums about egg bound chickens, but want to make sure i'm on the right track. One of our red star hens seems to be egg bound, she has had the droopy, hunched back, slightly down-turned tail look before and resolved it on her own. This time she continued to look more and more lethargic. One of the hens laid a very large egg with a wrinkle at the end, the shell was easily cracked, i'm assuming it was hers. Even after this egg was laid, she was having problems getting on the perch at night. After two or three nights, I decided to bring her in. Did a warm bath, could feel an egg in her stomach and felt it move down towards her rear. It has not passed in two days. All day yesterday I could feel the large egg in her bottom, almost seems like its sideways or just too big for her to pass. She's still eating, drinking and pooping and will forage with the others, but stands hunched up a lot and closes her eyes. She always walks like she has a ball between her legs. I'm trying to keep her inside warm and quiet as much as possible. She's had two warm baths (going to give another today), a little olive oil just at the opening of the vent (she pooped on both of my hesitant attempts) and last night she was on a warm water bottle covered by a towel. What else can I do? Anyone else ever felt a huge egg? I can only imagine how uncomfortable it is...I don't want to break it and risk killing her. Maybe her insides are just exhausted. Thank you for any insight!