That hard scab, Is it attached to the vent itself and not the prolapse. How is her poop looking? Glad she enjoys her spa treatment, to bad the blow dryer scares her.
The scab seems to be on the prolapse itself. I've gotten quite a bit of it off. I'll be glad when we are no longer snow bound so I can get out and get the necessary supplies to help her. We're doing what we can with what we have.
Is the yellow stuff one of her organs ? I can't see it well.
You said that you can't get rid of....
The good news is what she eats and drinks and lays an egg.
After an operation or scar tissue will be healed in 2 weeks around as I heard. I may be wrong.
I can get it to go back in, but it pops right back outhttp://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/04/prolapse-vent-causes-treatment-graphic.html
I hope that you can put it back in, too.
i am glad its getting smaller. Do you think the scab is poop hardened or maybe is a sore. To me it looks like hard poop in the picture. I read sugar helps reduce the swelling as well. Keep putting the prolapse in and hold it in. your doing a great job.I can get it to go back in, but it pops right back out It is getting smaller.
When is the last time when she laid an egg?
I was able to get a better photo today. We have soaked her in warm water with epsom salts, baking soda, peroxide and betadine and have massaged the area with olive oil. After drying her, applied an antifungal cream and separated her from the flock in a warm semi-dark place. She is eating greens, yogurt, drinking water with cider vinegar and garlic and moving around. After researching a few sites, it looks to be more vent gleet than prolapse. She is moving the vent which is still soft, no smell, just a small amount of what looked like yeast before the soak. After the soak all areas were a bright pink. I'm not positive it is gleet, but a good cleansing and added pampering can't hurt.