My little Serama mother of seven chicks who are 5 weeks old was egg bound this morning. I soaked her in warm water and helped her successfully pass the egg which was hard shelled and intact. Later today she was able to walk around a bit and eat, but this evening she did not get on the roost. She was laying on the ground in the pen and having difficulty walking again. I brought her inside and noticed her crop was very full and squishy. Her abdomen is rather swollen looking which I would guess is because of helping her get the egg out. I gave her a couple of drops of Poly Visol liquid baby vitamins, a few broken up Honey Nut Cheerios, a couple of mm of water and a bit of raw egg. She perked up a bit. Later tonight her breathing was a bit labored, so I massaged her crop and moved her box under a bright lamp. Then I gave her a half of a low dose aspirin. Is there anything else I should be doing? I would hate to lose her. She is only a year old and such a good mother. Thank you in advance for any suggestions at this stage. I cannot feel another egg in her abdomen. Oh, she has been eating chick starter grower because she is raising her 7 chicks, but I don't think calcium is the issue since her egg was hard shelled.