I have an almost 4 year old female pekin duck who lives with my mutt flock of hens, ducks and goose. (yes, just one) We noticed yesterday that her vent was puckered out and a bit bloody (like watered down blood). I pulled her from the rest of the flock and took her inside. Let her have a warm water soak/bath in the tub, then examined her. I applied prep H and put her in a warm kennel with food/water. She was pooping fine, and eating/drinking a bit when I left her for the night. Today, she is about the same, although sensitive about her behind. Had another bath this evening, applied honey to the area and applied a bit of pressure to push it back in after about 5 minutes or so. (It didn't stay) I also gave her fresh food/water with fresh picked henbit. She chowed on the henbit and drank well. I ran a fecal on her and found, much to my shock and surprise, that she has intestinal parasites and mites! No signs of mites on any of my fowl. (the little beasts look very much like a canine sarcoptic mite. I'm not well versed at all in bird mites) So, my questions are this: Do I keep doing what I'm doing as far as the prolapse? Can I worm her now, or would that put undue stress on her at this time? Will ivermectin work on ducks and will it treat the intestinal parasites as well as the mites? And, topical or oral? What about the mites? Do I treat and if so, with what? Lots of questions, so I would appreciate any help! Thank you!