I have a 2+ yr old australorp who developed a prolapsed vent from trying to lay a very large egg. We got her unbound but have been unsuccessful in getting the prolapse back in. That was about 10 days ago. She was inside in our sick ward for 5 days and stopped eating after day 2. Decided to put her in the coop and see if she was going to be picked. She was not as she is one of the higher ups in the order here. She eats great, put weight back on, I keep cleaning her vent best I can. She laid 2 eggs with soft membrane (rubbery sort of). and hasn't laid again that I have seen. I brought her in again tonight and bathed her bottom. She will stay in until tomorrow mid morning. I took a picture of her last poo. Not concerned about it being abnormal. My concern is that she is leaking clear fluid from the vent. It seems like it is leaking because it is open. I thought she should be put down. My husband thought if we asked her she is fine with her droopy bottom if the alternative is her death. I want to do right by the hen. She does not appear to be in distress but for the frequent baths. We have dispatched sick hens as well as injured hens in the past. We don't like it at all but it is part of our responsibility. My query is are we doing harm by not dispatching her? If I can figure out how to add pictures I will. Thank you for your participation in advance .