She seems to be a pretty active. She is eating well. And yes she is definitely in pain and tries to pick at it every now and then to seemingly help it along.More coconut oil won't hurt. I would do it.
Is the chick still acting normally and active? Is it eating? When it tries to poop, is it still peeping loudly in pain?
Do you recommend keeping her away from the others in case of pecking?Try more coconut oil. She's doing okay right now if she's still active and eating. A chick with a serious blockage will be very lethargic and droopy and even the eyes will be red-rimmed and indicate the chick feels very sick.
If your chick takes a sudden turn for the worse, behaving with the aforementioned symptoms, then I recommend a warm molasses flush to push a possible blockage out of the gizzard. The dose would be an eighth of a cup of warm water with a half a teaspoon of molasses mixed in. You would encourage her to drink it all or syringe it drop by drop into her right side of her beak or directly into her esophagus. View attachment 2004625