Hi everyone! I have an almost eight month old silver laced wyandotte. She's been down for a few weeks. She was suspected to have coccidiosis. Her feces have been very runny, clear at times with a little bit of average feces in it. Our local vet proscribed her 5 cc's of Corid. I have been giving her the Corid straight, took her off it for a few days then gave her electrolytes, and eventually mixed in 1 cc of Corid. She eats periodically a mix of her regular feed and grounded up corn. The other day, I had her out in our basement yesterday to stretch her legs out and she's very tipsy. So tipsy that she rolled over head first! She can support herself for a little bit, but she always manages to topple over on her side. She can't hold her wings tight against her body either. She always stretches one out for support when she feels she is falling, and it's on her right side. She hasn't ate in the past 24 hours. For awhile, the color in her comb and wattles have changed color from light, pale pink to now medium red. I'm just at a loss. I feel like separating her from the rest of the flock (we have 12 layers, including her) and treating her with electrolytes and/or Corid isn't working. What would some of you suggest? Any advice is greatly appreciated!