I've read up on older threads here on this topic, but I'm still at a bit of a loss. I got this hen as a freebie, she has a history of small prolapse. I have no clue how old she is, she is a Silkie, but the former owner said she lays every day and never goes broody. She laid an egg the first night I got her (which would have been last Thursday), and has not laid again since. I figured the stress of a new home and a new flock could be causing her to not lay, but every time I looked in on her, she was just lying on the ground like she was maybe trying to lay. When taken out to free range, she just lies there and has no interest in anything else. She is not eating much at all, and she's only pooped one to two times in the last 2 days. I am not sure about what happened before that, I had her in the coop and was not really monitoring her output. I put her into the sick pen yesterday morning, and have been carefully watching for poo. Yesterday I soaked her in a warm bath and massaged around her abdomen, but did not feel anything that screamed "egg" to me. I gave her some crushed up tums in water, and syringed it into her. She was not impressed. I also gave her a small dose of liquid vitamin B. She refused crushed up boiled egg today, which is not normal, and might have munched on a small amount of food. I also fed her a little vegetable oil, which did produce a gooey poo. I am guessing she is eggbound, but I'm just not sure. It seems to make sense that a hen with a history of prolapse might have issues passing eggs- that does not especially surprise me. But I am not sure that I know what to look for. I don't have any other hens her age/size to compare how their bellies feel, and I don't know whether I'm feeling a end of an egg way up high nearly under her ribcage, or if that's something else entirely. Any suggestions? I knew this hen had issues when I took her, but it seemed fair enough to give her a chance. She was free, and at worst I'll have to put her down myself- which I am prepared to do if it appears that she's in pain. Right now she's just "off" and drowsy.