This morning I noticed an egg hanging from one of my hens. I thought she was in the process of laying it, but she never did. It just hung on her. I went to take a closer look and noticed blood on the egg, so I took her from the cage and into the kitchen to see what was going on. I realized she was prolapsed and I tried to carefully push the tissue back over the egg. There wasn't any way I could do that, the egg was just too large. Enough of the egg was passed through that I could use my quail egg scissors and cut the bottom of the egg and carefully emptied it (my daughter was helping me) and then I was able to pull the egg shell through. I was careful to make sure none of the raw egg touched her. Afterwards I put a topical antibiotic on the prolapsed tissue. What is the proper procedure when something like this happens? I had no idea what to do. I have put her in a cage by herself until she is healed. I did not try to push the tissue back in. Should I have? We were hoping it would pull back in on its own.