Hello, Past couple of days noticed she's been listless and not eating much. Picked her up and her abdomen was very swollen. She is a bantam (not sure what kind, I forget got her from a feed store couple years back) and has always layed small eggs just fine. I felt her tummy and I can feel what I THINK are pointed things that feel just like eggs, like maybe there's two in there. Stuck a lubed pinky finger in up to first knuckle but didn't feel an egg. They seem to be way up there. She has stopped eating. *I have given warm bathes, had her inside with heat lamp to stay warm, given food/water which she hasn't touched, lubed with mineral oil, gave saline/mineral oil enema's. Tried to gently move them as she strained to get down her "chute". Nothing. I read that you can give calcium gluconate as a last resort and helps. I however live in a small town with little resources and everything is very far and I am broke. I have one last resort to call a vet and a smaller feed store to see if they have the liquid calcium but it's not looking good so far. ***MY QUESTIONS: Has anyone tried this method with success? **and CAN I MAKE MY OWN LIQUID CALCIUM OUT OF SOMETHING EASY TO FIND?** I was also reading to give pedialyte for sugar and electrolytes to help get her strength back up. She is my favorite bird (!) and I hate that she is suffering like this. Please, any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Oh and I have two vets in this town that do NOT deal with poultry so no help there. Thank you.