Hi! I have a 7 month old bantam who has been laying pretty regularly for about the last month. She has been very healthy. I did notice her eating earthworms yesterday after a heavy rain so that's the only variable I can think of. I think she has prolapse, from reading all the other posts on prolapse (looks like about 1/2" of soft pink/red tissue coming out vent). She keeps having contractions and pushing the tissue out the vent so I thought there was a trapped egg. But all the others just laid and I realize she's not eggbound--she did lay this morning. I gave her a warm soapy bath (she loved it) and rubbed some honey on the tissue and pushed it back in and have put her in a dark place inside (isolated). She's since pushed it back out because she keeps having the contractions. Does anyone know how to make the contractions stop (every 1-2 min)? It's pushing the tissue further and further out. She's in pretty good spirits except for when she gets the contractions and makes a horribly pathetic little wheezing sound and then perks right back up until the next one comes. Any and all advice most welcome!