Thank you to everyone so far for your insights. I did reach out to an avian vet right after the first response and they said they were too busy to see us. They gave me the names of 2 other vets. One did not open until 7 as they were an after care. So I took her to a local bird shop nearby just to see if they could offer me any other advice. We gave her some baby bird food with added nutrients. She was still eating on her own but I figured maybe it would be a bit easier for her to digest while whatever else is going on. When I called the vet at 7pm they told me the 2 doctors the avian specialist told me to ask for were not there. The dr they did have on call did not feel comfortable treating(at least they were honest rather than charging me to treat what they did not know about). The other vet was not reachable. So here we are. She is still alive and at this point eating and drinking on her own but also seeming tired. I read a bit more and decided to try some baby aspirin thinking she may be acting like this from pain...Id hate to think that. I gave her a quarter of a baby aspirin so approx 20mg. She drank it willingly. I will watch and update. Any advice or alternative suggestions are welcome.
Also to answer the questions from above. I got her from a friend who ordered them and had delivered at like a day old. She said the polish chicks are very hard to raise and her and another breeder had lost a lot between them. My girl was about a month old. I did see her very spunky jumping and very active. I had only had her 3 days so I assumed the stress of the move may have been too much. The only other option is that my original flock outside has a sickness a couple months before I got the chicks where they had bubbly eyes. So maybe they had the disease where it never goes away and as careful as I was to wash hands and the chicks are inside the house I may have transferred something on my hair or shoes inside?? I hope not and the babies had different symptoms no bubbles but completely swollen shut eyes and bloody looking discharge. I know we are only here for as long as intended but I want to try my best for them and felt really horrible I caused her this secondary trauma. If Id had known how Tylan could have done this I would have never given at all. But a lot of blogs really said good things and at that point I felt I was going to lose her anyway. I have learned a lot...hopefully not at her expense!
Mycoplasma gallisepticum. It's a respiratory disease that can cause blubber eyes, swollen eyes, nasal discharge, mouth discharge, wheezing. Tylan is a fine antibiotic to give but never in the leg. If you want to give injectable then it needs to be given in the breast. I prefer orally as tylan can cause necrosis of the tissue.