Yesterday evening I noticed my buff orphington Betty (about 9-10 months old) had a small red protrusion sticking out of her vent and her bum feathers were caked in poo. She was acting totally normal, wasnt even hunching her butt over just pecking around eating some vegetation. I brought her inside last night, soaked her in a warm bath with epsom salt, and gently pushed the prolapse back in as it advised in a previous post I saw on here. She started producing quite a lot of brown poos so I was happy to see that but the prolapse came out again. When pushing it back in, I felt the tip of an egg so I wondered if she was egg bound. I rotated her through another bath and let her rest inside covered overnight. This morning her prolapse is back and no egg. She is sortve hunching ove today. We did another warm bath and i tried to give her liquid calcium which was suggested in a post, but she has no interest. She is nibbling her oyster shells and definitely eating her food fine, producing plenty of poop and seems almost normal. Now shes eating and cleaning off her damp bath feathers in the hospital enclosure I made her. What do I do at this point? Does it sound like she might have a bound egg? Should I keep giving baths and monitoring her? Should I keep pushing her prolapse back in? Any advice would be much appreciated! She is my first chicken and I'm so nervous Ive been by her side all day worrying.