Hey All... I just thought I would post an update on my hen "Merry May". She has been dealing with reproductive issues now for over six weeks. I first reported her condition here: https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/first-case-of-impacted-crop-advice.1296129/#post-21088722 Following up here: https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/baytril-dosage-for-sick-hen.1297482/ and here: https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/impacted-crop-part-2-paper-compaction.1298755/ She is a 1 year old Isa Brown hen that, up until six weeks ago, was laying a beautiful egg almost every day. It was literally an overnight change from that, to the start of the soft/no shelled eggs, the lethargy, and crop issues. The soft/no shelled eggs issues have not been seen now for about two weeks. Additionally, her appetite returned, and her crop has been empty each morning for the past week now. She has been active with her flock mates, and there has been no more pecking at her vent by the others. However, the story doesn't end....her abdomen has grown quite large. Despite this latest development, she is acting more normal than she has in the six plus weeks since this all started. I did start her on Baytril again, just to be sure there wasn't an infection in play that could be helped by the antibiotics. When I cup her abdomen in my hand, it feels very large, especially when compared to her three other flock mates. She does waddle a bit when walking, but other than that, appears quite normal. I'm guessing it's ascites, or EYP related. At this point, I'm not really sure what to do, but I'm monitoring the condition, and hoping the swelling doesn't get worse. She seems happy, and I see here jumping up on the outdoor roost with the others, so the condition, so far, is not preventing her from doing what she loves.