She's a bantam EE almost a year old. Started out with head shaking, gaping (with her head tucked in, not stretched out), lip smacking, intermittent panting, face scratching. Thought it was respiratory, brought her inside, gave Tylan 3 days. The tylan seemed to perk her up a bit, she's not gaping quite as much, but she's still not right. Here are her current symptoms: lip smacking/clicking, face scratching, occasional panting, she lays down more than usual, seems to be breathing harder, occasional droopy wings, eating less, and she looks pale sometimes. When I just touch her crop/neck area, she starts lip-smacking and gaping way worse. She doesn't want to eat her dry crumbles but will eat some scrambled egg, wet crumbles, applesauce, etc. When she eats, there's lots of beak rubbing and beak smacking/clicking between bites. I've looked in her mouth best I could (maybe for a split second or two), and didn't see canker, but I can't see down her throat. She struggles and scrunches her neck. I wormed with Safeguard goat liquid about a month ago, but I'm not sure how effective that stuff is mixed in water, it all settled to the bottom of the waterer. So maybe I should re-worm with ivermection pour-on in case this is gapeworm? Or does this sound more like canker or fungal infection? Because I have no idea. I have nystatin powder (medistat), never used it before, but can order metronidazole if needed. eta: Almost forgot, her crop is emptying, her poop is pretty normal (a little soft), I don't see any lice/mites. I don't feel any eggs, but she's not laying right now after a short broody stint about a week ago. I'm giving her polyvisol drops and a little electrolytes in her water. I really love this little bird, can anyone help her?