I have a young bird, light brahma, from the time she was about two weeks old she would howl and scream to the point I would go running to the garage to check on her. She had a prolapsed vent, she could poop ok, I watched her do it, but she was always a little unhealthy. My other light brahma is noticeably larger but in recent weeks they seem to grow at the same speed. She has feathered a bit since that young age and I can't even see her vent... is it possible it healed or is this a ticking time bomb waiting to happen? I bought the supplies to repair a prolapsed vent as a chick but I decided to let her grow. I don't know whether I should go fishing around to fix the problem or if it healed on its own(if even possible.) If the vent is still prolapsed do I need to put her down before she reaches the age to lay an egg? I just had to put down my blue andalusian... really hate it but I understand it's often necessary. This is around age 2-3 weeks. The bird is now roughly 10 weeks old, can't even see the vent.