So, our Light Brahma hen (a year old this spring) has a swollen cloaca and vent area. She's still eliminating but it is soft (not diarrhea) and green-ish sometimes with some bloody lining, pretty normal but not in tube-form. There is gooey clear, white, and yellowish (looks like urine with goo?) leaking out of her vent. She's torn inside pretty bad from laying an egg while in this condition. We discovered her condition b/c of the blood - that was 2 days ago. We've stopped the bleeding and she's healing from that, but the vent continues to ooze and it continues to be swollen. We've been flushing her with enemas (to keep the poo flowing) and iodine betadine. We've also been stuffing her full of triple antibiotic at finish. We've been giving her 50cc (25mg) Amoxicillian per day (1/2 AM and 1/2 PM). ALSO, there is something very wrong in her vent - she has scar tissue...dead white hard tissue still attached to the vent lining. I'm not sure what happened in there, but it doesn't look good. The dead tissue doesn't seem infected. When I'm cleaning her out and hit her reflex spot she pushes as if to eliminate/lay and in the parts that come out then there are yellow plaques. Basically, she has the same symptoms as this chicken: https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/555426/egg-peritonitis-vent-gleet-something-else and it looks the same. except, THERE IS NO STINK. Can Van Gleet happen with no smell? or perhaps that is a later-stage thing? So, she's getting slightly better but not much and we want to keep her eating and drinking (which she does fine on her own). She has vitamins, electrolytes, and acv in her water. She's eating chicken feed and scratch. Anyone have any idea what this is and what to do for it? Oh, btw, she does have an egg deep in there, but it's still in the uterus and not ready for laying yet. She just laid one 2 days ago so we're not thinking egg-bound. Also, her abdomen is not hard or swollen, so not thinking egg peritonitis. Thanks!