I've been treating my birds with Tylan for some sneezing. I lost two birds (out of around sixty, mind you) because the medication took so long to arrive in the mail thanks to the holiday rush. One hen I lost was young and it was unexpected, the other was thirteen years old so I feel like it was inevitable. The Tylan has mostly done the trick, virtually no sneezing left, but I have one hen, a favorite of mine, who has had labored breathing for a day or two. I looked in her mouth, and her tongue is massively swollen and so is the roof of her mouth, hence the respiratory distress. She also has crusty, watery eyes/eyelids and totally clogged nostrils. Poor girl. I took her out of the flock and I'm going to treat her one-on-one. I'm trying to decide what to do exactly, though. Should I continue with the Tylan and just make sure she ingests it? (It's possible she hasn't had enough due to not drinking much.) Should I give her an anti-inflammatory? Duramycin? Sulfamet? I have all of those available but I just don't want to give her the wrong thing and lose valuable time trying to save her. She is eating still even with her obvious distress. Any recommendations would be great!