I have a two year old Buff Orpington who has been in the house in the "sick cage" for three days. Her symptoms haven't gotten worse, but she's not improving a ton either. She's got a bit of a history with her back end. Multiple times she had crusty poop back there over the past 6-8 months. She had a vent prolapse this summer as well. Every time we've cleaned her up, washed her with surgical soap and given her some extra TLC, herbs and yogurt. About a month ago her underside went a bit bare. I kept her clean. She was still eating, drinking, laying and acting normal. On Monday, I entered the coop and she was on the roost, puffed up and lethargic. I brought her indoors, gave her water with garlic, ACV and honey. Washed her bare spot with surgical soap. And gave her some "rooster booster" (b12 & Vitamin K). She is drinking plenty, but not really eating (today she did munch on some meal worms and yogurt). She stands still, sleeps a lot and stays puffed up. Her crop and vent(not egg bound) feel fine, her feet are looking fine, her comb and waddles are normal colored, her eyes seem a little dull and glassy, she has a slight wheeze maybe? (i don't know if that's me just wanting to hear something and have an answer), her underside is still feather less, but starting to grow back in. Her poops have lots of water (shes drinking a small waterer a day) and solid bits of poop, there are no signs of worms or mites on her anywhere. She seems to be a tiny bit better after three days, but nothing spectacular... but she doesn't seem to be getting worse either... The other 21 birds in my flock are fine. I have been keeping a close eye on them. Thoughts Anyone??? Is this some chronic issue I am missing or lots of coincidence and something non related to her back end?