My quail was having trouble laying her egg, it seemed to be stuck on the outside, hanging and covered in blood. She is a coturnix quail and she's around 8 weeks. I haven't seen blood with any of the other eggs from her or the other female Coturnix quail. And not with the bobwhite quail, chuckar partridge or hungarian partridge. With closer inspection I saw her insides stuck to the egg, and her insides were outside. I put her in warm water and very gently we helped unattach the egg. Than we were left with her insides still out, so very gently again had pushed her insides back in, it took a couple times for it to remain inside, so I held her, calmed her and kept her warm and it seemed to work. I also read I should give her 16 hours of dark, so she stops laying and can heal. Can anyone tell me if she will be okay? Or what else I should do? And if this can happen again after she heals and starts laying again? She is fed game bird feed, and crushed oyster shell, I find the crushed shell a bit big for these little guys so I grind it more in my blender. They have several water feeders that are cleaned and filled daily. I put some probiotics in her water tonight, as I did with all my quail when they were young. I have her away from the others, but I feel bad she is alone. Please help I love my birds. I feel there is more I can do for her.