Saturday morning I went outside to notice that my millie flueur d'uccle was standing outside of the coop in the rain. This is unusual behavior for her as she is usually never far for my lead hen, Lucy (bantam red cochin). I had an errand to run and when I got back she was still standing there, with "the droop". I gathered her up and noticed that she had an egg partially out of her vent. I rushed her to the vet and we placed her into an epsom salt water bath, very warm to the touch for 30 minutes. Afterwards we used the lubricant from the vets office and worked the egg free. It was unusually large and this is her first egg of the season since molting. I knew she was getting close as he comb had turned red again. She will be three this summer and has never had problems like this before. All of my hens (four total) have access to oyster shells, are layer feed and have access to scratch grains as well. She is doing much better, however I have kept her inside since. She is defecating on her own, however her urates are now sticking to her backend. She has been getting a bath once a day, but it seems that I am still unable to break up the mass on her vent opening well. I know she has a small prolapse, but I do not want to attempt to push it back in until I am able to get the fecal matter off. I am afraid that it may be a bit scabbed, or worse, dead tissue, as it was dried up around her vent by the time I got to her. I think she began to lay the night before and was unable to get it completly out. The egg was unusually large for her size, her eggs are usually much smaller. I am getting Prep. H tonight and plan on cleaning her vent area again. But anything else that you can advise me on? She is a darling to me, my sweet Millie. She is eating and drinking like normal, any medication I can get for her water from the farm store? Thanks for any help you can provide to me.