Okay, so now I noticed yesterday that my little Bantam that I thought had neurological problems seems to have stopped most of her episodes where she looked like she was having a seizure. But, last night I noticed that she started gasping for breath. It seems almost like she's hot, but the temp is around 80 or so now since they are 4 weeks old. Though, I can't regulate it too much now so occasionally it goes up or down a few degrees. I don't know that she is too hot though because she is in with my sick NHR that I'm nursing back from emacition (https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=56286) and keeps trying to snuggle into her like she's cold. The link in case it might also help in info. I have her in with the NHR because she was the other I've wanted to keep an eye on, but my other bantam and NHR I placed in an aquarium next to these two so they can be together without literally 'being' together. Anyway, she's 4 weeks. The temp inside is 80. She's eating and drinking normal. But, she's gasping for breath, seems like she's kinda weak and growing weaker. She's warm, but she shoves my NHR around, trying to get warm I guess. Now, though I look at her and she is half standing, but sleeping, away from the NHR. She has these white milky droppings now. And, I've noticed this gurgling when she does breath, like a stuffy nose sound, but she has no discharge from her nose or eyes. I was just reading about Infectious Bronchitis in chicks when I was looking up the milky droppings and I am curious if anyone has dealt with that? Especially since my NHR had been sneezing so badly. Could that be what the NHR had/has? And, should I start dosing the bantam with the Poly-vi-sol 3x/day now too? I'm so worried that me having her in there with the NHR is what made her sick That maybe it was something contagious that the NHR had. The other day was pretty rough with my NHR and I was just having a hard time. She's my sweetest one - just like this one that is now sick - and it's hurting me to see them like this. I'm trying to hang in there, but it gets so freakin' tough when I have to already be in here supporting (every 2 hours) my NHR so she can get water and food, plus her vitamins, while the weakness in her leg recovers and it's getting so hard I feel like crying everytime I am with them even though I'm trying everything that's been suggested for the NHR and I know it takes time, but still it gets hard.