I have a chick that needs some help. I acquired some chicks (check my introduction for more backstory). Out of the 8, 3 have hatched. One on day 19 and the other two on day 21. 2 were duds. The other 2 are still incubating. They are rockin' but haven't pipped but I will let them do their thing - whether it's saying goodbye or saying hello. This one chick is at day 25. She started pipping through the middle of the egg and I decided to intervene. I feel terrible and now I just feel like I should've let nature take its course. I find myself helpless and I'm reaching out for help. After re-reading countless times how to help, I went ahead and helped her out of her egg a day ago. I figured she would not survive but she's a tough little girl. My biggest concern is that her body seems swollen with fluid. She still has the 'gunk' stuck to her vent. I have not attempted to cut, pull or remove this gunk in any way shape or form. She is making chirping noises every now and then. I offered some water to her with some chicken electrolytes and it seemed she did take 2 or 3 sips from it with some assistance. She is currently in one of those crappy incubators (best I could find under notice of needing an incubator) at 80% humidity and about 99/100 F degrees. Is there anything I can do to make her comfortable? I would love for her to survive but if she is in any kind of pain...... I posted some pictures.....Thank you to everyone in advance. Everyone here made it possible for at least 3 chicks to survive.