Yesterday was Day 21 for my viable cochin eggs. I just candled and one appears to be trying to pip internally in the correct position, but I am TERRIFIED because the other chick is almost certainly malpositioned! Candling shows MOVEMENT at the SMALL END! Membranes are intact, but when this guy punctures the small end he will drown in excess albumin?!! HELP!!!!!!!!!! I have lost too many malpositioned babies to drowning. What do I do?! There is fluid at that end! I am so scared! Is it worth the risk of trying to drain albumin/fluid or something? Should I remove shell and try not to puncture membrane? If I try I risk puncturing membrane...but the chick will almost certainly die anyway without some kind of intervention...I need expert opinion. What should I do? HELP ME PLEASE!