Hi, I have a 3yr old mixed bantam hen with vent gleet. I noticed her back side was wet and dirty about 4 days ago. I brought her in yesterday as I noticed a strong 'raw chicken' smell coming from her even though she was not acting odd at all. I cleaned up her behind and noticed her vent was very red and swollen and protruding outwards. She was not bleeding yesturday but was straining to defecate. I administered some penicillin and gave her 1.5 tablespoons of probiotic yogurt and then some plain water. I don't have acv or epsom salt but hopefully tonight I will be able to get some. Anyways, I was checking on her this morning and noticed that her vent is now bleeding. I tried giving her some more yogurt but she was not interested in it although she was gulping it down yesterday. I am very weary about pushing her vent back in, (I don't want to hurt her) and I'm not sure that's the best thing to do. I'm wondering, how should I go about stopping the bleeding from her vent? I believe it is from straining to poop as she complains from the pain of it. She did lay a normal egg yesturday. I don't think she will today though. I will put her in a tub of warm water today and make her as comfortable as possible. I was just wondering if there is anything else I can do for her to help. She seems to be worse today I am going to call the vet tomorrow and see if I can get her in. This year has not been good to me with my chickens Edit: as I was cleaning her behind I noticed she has dozens of little parasitic worms that were coming out. So I'm thinking it is due to parasites that she has the vent gleet. I dewormed all my chickens last month. Can I give her the dewormer again? Is there anything else I can do to help rid her of them and return back to her normal self? Also, I tried to push her vent back inside her but it just kept falling back out.