I have 4 hens. On Monday we discovered 2 of them were bleeding on their back side. Having just become a chicken owner, I had no idea what this was. My wife saw one of the hens pecking at the two, so we assumed that's what is was. When we researched it and learned about prolapse, it made more sense. So I go out and try to clean the 2 up as best I could. I did not see anything sticking out for me to push back in. One was fairly OK and then other one wasn't. Feathers missing around her vent and it just shows it clearly. I put them both in our shed for a couple days, separate from the other 2. I'd let them out for maybe an hour each day, but otherwise they were in a dark environment most of the time. It's now been 4 days. They still don't look good back there. 2 of the days there were in confinement I got an egg. So this afternoon I let all 4 roam the yard a little bit. The bully of the group tried to peck at the other 2 again. The one girl, Fabio who is my favorite, couldn't care less about them and just went about her business. So tonight, I put Fabio and the 2 others experiencing problems in the hen house and put the bully in the shed. I am at a loss of what to do with the 2 having problems. Is there anything else I can do?