one of our three ladies seemed to disappear into the coop sometime between 4 and 5pm, figured she was laying late, which is odd, but. they all seemed their regular selves otherwise today. by 7pm when we brought them their pre-bed treat, she was still in there and did not come out (as they always do when we go into the pen). we opened up the nest box to peek in on her. she was alert though barely cocked her head to look at us. we removed a separating wall and tried gently lifting her, she stood up and a little wobbly like moved into the floor/roost bar area of the coop (4x4 coop), stood there for about a minute and then got herself into a different nest box. lifted her up again and seems some yolk and membrane came out of her. we had put her on the ground. she seemed to be a bit more mobile, but went right back in the coop, into a nest box. the automatic timer closed the door, and we figured to leave her in there, figuring the egg was out (though no shell...but if there was a shell, wouldnt some of it have come out with the yolk and membrane?!) was this egg-bound-ness, or something else?! is there anything else we should've done or still do?! I am concerned, but we havent a clue as to what to do...can't seem to find any definitive info online. her comb was not pale either, if that tidbit makes any difference. *UPDATE* she has been up and about this morning, seeming normal. she ate some of a mix of scrambled egg/feed/herbs with a bit of calcium carbonate added. seems she is in the coop again now, along with one of the others...laying maybe?! if an hour from now she's still in there i will go check on her. came across a post from another thread about antibiotics to use and how, and thinking about getting some/doing so, but the feed store doesnt open for another 2 hours and change. also, not really sure if i should bother, being she's doing ok, but figuring I should as a preventative measure?! seems my original post here got some views, but no responses...any thoughts from anyone given this update?!