I have a 1.5 yr old bantam ameraucana who is standing about with her wings slightly down, and when she walks it is stiffly with a bit of a penguin waddle. Her vent is healthy looking. In all other ways, she looks healthy, although I think she has lost weight since yesterday. I have felt her abdomen and did not feel any swelling, no lumps, and I did not feel anything like an egg in there - I don't think she has an egg stuck in her vent. I did notice a spot of wetness in the nestbox a couple of times - as though some hen tried to lay something with no shell. There is not even any yolk color or rubbery membrane, just a spot of dampness. I'm thinking she must have something going wrong with her egg-laying apparatus, but I'm not sure what? From what I have been trying to research online, it doesn't seem that much can be done if this is the case, I'm not even sure antibiotics would work. I am considering culling her because I don't want her to suffer, but she is one of my favorites (even though she is a genetic mishmosh, breeding wise). Anyone have any advice or ideas?