Initially I thought I was treating a prolapsed vent, but after two epsom salt warm water soaks, Vetericyn sprays, and hydrocortisone cream, I see there might be another issue as well. Sorry for the close ups but I wanted to be sure to showcase the white areas on the prolapse and the goo so someone could help me determine if I should be treating for candida as well. The white areas on the prolapse are tough and thick, really stuck on, and at first I thought they were egg membrane from a broken egg. If I pull at them slightly they threaten to tear the tissue. The prolapse keeps returning. Other details to note, she appears to be pooping just fine but the slurry coming out of her is slimy and smells less like yeast and more like egg whites to me. She did lay an egg yesterday that was small and in good shape, but no egg today after being crated. I'm giving her vitamin water and a bit of plain whole milk yogurt, along with her regular feed. After reading another post about a similar predicament, I'm wondering if I should be trying to remove the white stuff, and if so, how to do so gently? I do have a chicken-literate vet at our clinic but I thought I'd check here first. I'm a six year chicken keeper, always learning but not at all experienced in maladies.