I had to help a serama hatch last night, got half unzipped then sat for an hour. I noticed the behavior right away but I was hoping it thrusting its head back was a reflex from being trapped in the egg, but 12 hours later it's still doing it, and it may be worse. It also tosses its head side to side as if horribly confused and then sits staring straight up, it sometimes falls over backward. It can stand and act normally but not for long, I have been keeping it under a broody hen as that seems to be best for it. So, is this wry neck? I got some vitamin E gel caps and gave it a tiny bit (this chick is so small how much do I give it omg) and will be seeking selenium, but I wonder if this is genetic and hopeless? Wry neck from what I am reading is more about twisting and stay twisted, not tossing the head back and staring straight up? Can they be born with it? This chick was symptomatic from the moment it was born. If I do continue to treat for wry neck how much Vit E and selenium do I give a chick so dang tiny????? Is there an overdose risk?????