I have a bantam hen who has been looking "off" for a while. Then she stopped laying for several days. I picked her up yesterday to examine her and realized her crop was empty even though it was late afternoon. She also has a milky discharge from her vent. I isolated her and she is eating, but the crop is still empty. Does this mean there is a rupture in the crop? I also bathed her and let her soak in a long warm bath in case she is egg bound. I gently inserted my finger in her cloaca but did not feel an egg. Her belly is swollen and soft, but not hard like an egg. Today still no egg but eating and very thirsty. I fed her some yogurt and scrambled egg and added an electrolyte mix to her water. I also administered an epsom salt flush and giving her fluids brought on breathing difficulties. She was gasping and struggling. I'm not sure what to think. Do I have multiple issues here? She is an exceptionally sweet hen. Her name is Penny and I hate to lose her! PLEASE HELP!