I have read through loads of threads on prolapse issues. We seem to have one with one of our girls, but has looked different than some of the others I have seen. I'm afraid we didn't catch it soon enough. I have a photo, so sorry it's nasty! I would love a second opinion from someone who has seen these before. We are first timers and want to do well with these beautiful birds. Here's what we have done so far: a few 10 minute warm baths, trimmed the feathers away, washed everything off to the best of our ability, applied prep-h, another bath, applied sugar and honey. She has low appetite. We have separated her from the other 3. Small flock. Thanks!