I have a three year old ameraucana hen that I suspect has a case of internal laying/ egg yolk peritonitis. She's about 4 years old? She's always been very healthy. She laid a mess of egg white/yolk without a shell yesterday, and has been acting sick ever since. (I'd say she laid a shell-less egg, except this just looked like something that leaked out of her, it was not in any kind of egg like shape.) After discovering the egg-mess in the nest box, we found her with her feathers ruffled, wings drooped, and tail arched. She looked out of sorts. We gave her a bath in epsom salts then cleaned up her rear, which was messy with more egg-white or mucus looking mess. Her abdomen seemed a little swollen, maybe? Maybe a little bit red? Hard to tell if I am seeing things or not. Her vent is not prolapsed at all. She didn't seem to be egg bound, no hard mass to be felt. I did rub some antibiotic ointment on her vent, after we dried her off. I kept her inside in our bathroom overnight. She did not move at all, all night. She nibbled at some plum. Refused water. In the morning, I put her out in the sunlight, still separated from other birds, hoping to perk her up. She moves around a little more, but continues to act the same. She is uninterested in most food, although I got her to eat some sour cream (we didn't have yogurt), and some banana, but very little of either. She isn't interested in drinking. She continues to poop what looks like mucus-only poops, or perhaps it is more egg white draining out of her? Hard to say. I'm not sure there is much more to do, but if anybody has tips, I'd appreciate them. I may give her another epsom salt bath later, to at least try to keep infection out... but that's about the extent of what I can think to do for her at the moment.