I have a hen (about 16 months old) who, I recently noticed, has her insides come out when she lays an egg. The first time I seen her do it was late August. She wasn't getting the needed calcium amounts and I thought that was the problem, at first.A thin lining of skin had covered the whole soft-shelled egg, and I guessed it was because the egg was soft and had nothing to push on. But now she's been getting plenty of her needed nutrients and she's been normal from what I've been noticing. (Eggs hard and healthy!) Now today my brother spotted her in the nest, with clumps of blood and stool, just clotted in her butt. Blood was smudged on the walls and the leghorns couldn't help but pick on her. So I isolated her out and put her in a cage. She sits, and gets up and tries to push, then lays down again. She dozes often. Does anyone know what the problem is, and possibly, a solution? My hen is very important to all of us, and I would greatly appreciate some guidance. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!