My hen had an oviduct prolapse (I think that is what it is called) yesterday. We set her in warm Epsom salts water with some peroxide poured in the water. As my husband attempted to work the 2 eggs back the direction from which they came the membrane tore. He removed the eggs, one was soft, the other just looked like a regular sized egg. He then used preparation H to push all back inside. We brought her home, placed her in a large dog crate, on a towel, with water (mixed with a vitamin supplement). I placed towels over the top of the cage to make it darker. When I checked on her this morning she was standing in the back of the cage. Looks like she has had 3 -4 bowel movements. Her vent appears to have stayed inside her. I have several questions. What type food do I offer her? Can I put pine shavings in there? When should I try to give her time with her coop mates? How often should we wash the area? Do we reapply Prep H each time? I am going to add oxytetracycline to her water today. I have read not to eat her eggs for 21days. How do you tell which egged are hers? I know this is a lot! Thanks in advance for your time and patience!