This morning around 10 when I left all my chicks looked and acted fine. Tonight when I got home at 5 I went to wipe chicky butts and one of my black silkies was very lethargic. I picked it up and it did have some dried poo. I clean them every night and usually 1 or 2 of the silkies needs to be cleaned. but when i tipped it forward to wash its but it regurgitated on me. at first I didn't think much of it as we raised parrots growing up and the regurgitate often. I thought perhaps it was dehydrated and dipped its beak in the water but as i pulled it away slime fell from it beak. I imeadiatly wiped away and pulled as much slime away as I could within minutes its breathing became very labored almost like it was lightly gasping. opening and closing its beak to breath. There is no mucas in nostrils or eyes but I have been holding him for over an hour and he hasn't pooped either. the area around his vent feels much harder than the others. I dont want him to dehydrate so keep dipping his beak in the water he swallows ok but wouldnt have any interest at all if i wasnt forcing it. temperature in brooder is 90-95 with plenty of food and water with pine shaving bedding. After drinking the water it seems to produce more mucas. uhg any suggestions?