I've diagnosed my three year old Production Red, Ariana, with Egg Yolk Peritonitis. She shows all of these symptoms: Pale comb/wattle Sometimes lays down in the middle of the yard for no reason Difficulty/reluctance to move about (this one not as much) Reluctant to walk around and scratch; lack of interest in surroundings Going off lay Loss of condition – can be assessed by feeling over the keel (breast) bone muscle mass: in chronically ill birds they often lose the majority of this muscle mass Faecal matter stuck around vent Look in poor feather condition (not preening) Very large abdominal bulge (about the size of a soft-ball) She's been off lay for maybe eight months? The abdominal bulge is recent to the last two weeks. Given it's size, any guesses as to how long she's got left? Any opinions as to whether to put her down? Thank you.