If you don’t mind me asking, how does this happen? I’m not trying to be rude I’m just curious as to how this happened. I have never seen this before and I want to be more knowledgeable in case this ever happens to one of my hens. I am sorry though it must be hard to take care of her
Please bring her to see a vet. Even if you can get her to pass the egg, there is an underlying issue going on that caused it which needs to be addressed. Here is a directory of vets who see chickens - http://www.poultrydvm.com/poultry-vets.php
Many people do not have a vet in their community that sees chickens. Also it can be too expensive for some of us to see a vet.
@bpoore04 The chicken may have become egg bound or suffered from impacted oviduct. Soft shell-less eggs can be hard ro pass. Straining or egg binding can cause a prolapse. Dehydration and low calcium levels can also cause it. Since the hen laid one egg after another, she may have been egg bound.
I wouldn’t hold her upside down, if you can get it back in and sit quietly with her on your lap, holding it in gently with your hand for 20-30 minutes helps. I also used some preparation h cream for my hen with her prolapse. That seemed to help the most for me. But you’re in good hands with the folks helping you here.
Sometimes when you hold them and they struggle, it makes it worse. Stop trying to push it back in, but keep it moist. I would let her relax on a warm slightly moist towel. If you have a heating pad, you could put it under the moist towel and set it to LOW. That might help to lay the egg. Keep in mind that she may prolapse farther out, and that might require you to put her down. Did you give some calcium already? Calcium helps the muscle contractions to help pass the egg. Keep in mind that this is really a tough thing to treat, and you are doing a good job. Many people put chickens down who have prolapses, and in the past that was more common than trying to treat them.