O-kay......I have a B.B. Red Bantam hen. Aprox. 1 1/2 yrs. old weighing about 14 oz. She has been raised in a pen with a B.B. Red rooster and another hen. The pen is off the ground with a wire bottom. 4 days ago I noticed that she wasnt her usual playful, talkitive self. She was to the side of the pen, by herself, and her feathers were fluffed......indicating to me that she wasn't feeling well. Usually she will meet me at the door talking to me.......jumping in the feed bucket to snatch a few extra bites. But not this time. It was time for me to worm ALL of my chickens, so I figured that may be what was wrong with her. After worming......she got no better. I put her in a cage and brought her into my home for some 1 on 1 care. She eats and drinks fine but still acts ill. I have watched her and noticed that she ACTS like she cant use the bathroom. When I got her out today, I noticed she has a foul odor coming from her vent and there's poop stuck all over her vent feathers. Also, her butt (I don't know what it's called) hole is VERY inflamed, red and I noticed there were spots of blood on her feather's when I was bathing her off. I was scared (still am) and thought that maybe she SOMEHOW ate something that has her insides bound up. So, I gave her an enema. Yes, I gave my chicken an enema hoping that would help flush out whatever is in there. While I was at it, I figured I had gone this far, I might as well take it one step further. So, I massaged her butt muscle. She kept pushing and pushing while I was doing it and I felt something along the thinnest part crack. Like an egg shell! After that, she actually LOOKED a little better but is still pushing like she can't poop or lay. I don't know what to do! Have I messed up with my actions to try and make her feel better? I don't want my lil' Fatty-Fatty to die! PLEASE! Give me some advice on how I can better help her!