I just recently took my Rhode Island Red to the vet due to a prolapsed vent. I had tried to fix it before hand but it kept coming out. They checked for an egg (not with x-rays or anything) and reported none. She ended up getting stitched up to keep her vent inside, and she has pooped once but I’m worried she has an egg stuck in there. Occasionally she will squat a little and squak a bit as well. The poop had a little blood, so not a lot at all. I’m not sure if there is anything I can do but I’m hoping there might be suggestions to help her pass the egg. She has 4 stitches according to the vet, so it’d be pretty hard for her to pass one. How long would she have until she dies from being unable to pass the egg? I’ve given her calcium (oyster shell bits), food, and water with electrolytes and vitamins, which she seems to eat and drink with no problems. Any help would be great, thank you! She also makes occasional noises that sound like a human throat noise when you surpress a burp, and a slightly droopy tail.