We have a beautiful wheaten Americana roughly 7 years old, with the membrane of a shell-less egg stuck inside of her. We found her this evening around 6 sitting in the nesting box. When I first brought her in I used some preparation H on my finger and went "hunting" for an egg. I didn't feel anything at that point. She had part of the membrane passed about 30 minutes later, so I tried to gently pull more of it out but it broke off. I cannot feel it inside of her now. I might have about half of it out. She is clearly in distress, wings drooping down, eyes closed, and had what looks like a string of droll hanging from her beak. She was obviously eating this morning as I can feel feed in her crop. Should we try putting her in warm water? Or would that be too stressful for her at this point? Is it possible she will continue to pass it on her on since there isn't a shell? I've been giving her Rescue Remedy as well as a dose of Arnica. Unfortonately my Avian vet was closed by the time we found her. Thank you very much!!