This is Claire, a 10 week old Welsummer pullet. I noticed last week that her eye was extra watery and she preferred to keep that eye closed. So I quarantined her and gave her electrolytes in her water. The next morning I noticed a few air bubbles in the eye. I started her on terramycin eye ointment, and oxine (via humidifier) treatments in case it's respiratory. She had a bad case of bird lice too - the worst of my little flock. (I made a bad rookie mistake and did not quarantine two new chickens I brought in at 8 wks old...they had lice...apparently). I treated the lice yesterday with a permitherin dip (whole flock) and it did a great job, but I will need to repeat in 2 weeks, for sure. She still has nits up on her head and neck. My question...Could the lice caused her eye problem (side eye lide swollen) or is this a respiratory infection? I have read so many bad things, but she does not sneeze or weeze. She is alert and eating & drinking fine. She coos contentedly all day. She is very sweet chicken. I don't see the air bubbles every day...and there are only a few when I do see them. Any advice? I only have a small flock and I don't want to lose her NOTE: the bubble in the top left corner of her eye...and the swollen right side of her eye lid.