It has been a week since our hen, which I witnessed passing a shell-less egg last Monday, showed symptoms of illness. We contacted our vet again on Tuesday when she was still pooping/passing clotty-looking white stuff and he extended the treatment to 7 days from the original 5. She only has been pooping little poops. She has been eating her layer feed, some grass I cut for her daily, bread and just a little yogurt. She has also been drinking. She still has a mess on her butt. Whatever she is passing is watery. I have seen small watery white poops in the kennel where we are keeping her. She has been treated for 7 days with penicillin. On two occasions when we were giving her the injections (while she was on her back) she was making little watery breathing sounds. Kind of like when you drink the very last little bit of something through a straw. Is this something that we should be treating? Could she have a secondary respiratory infection on top of the EYP? Her attitude had been improving daily. She paces the kennel when the other girls are out, she wants to join them. She was even scratching in the shavings in the kennel looking for bugs yesterday. She talks a lot now too. Would the penicillin treat a respiratory infection if she had one? Could the fluid be caused by the EYP? She isn't very swollen in the back end, only a little spongy. She hasn't laid an egg since this whole thing began. I asked the Vet where we go from here. He said the it would be in God's hands after the treatment.