I've got a 1-ish year old Buff Orpington hen who has been visibly ill for at least two weeks. I'm 95% sure she's got coccidiosis but I'm looking for tips on how to get her through the next day or two as I just started her on corrid today. Erroneous details that may or may not matter: A month ago I treated my whole flock (various ages/breeds) with di-methox. Several were losing weight and one died before I could get her to the vet (so I brought two others in, had a fecal done, lots of bacteria present). A couple weeks later I realized Nugget was not rebounding. She was still losing weight, getting picked on horribly, etc. So I brought her in the house and did various treatments til I could get her to the vet (epsom salt soaks, oregano, garlic, elderberry syrup, echinacea, ACV, VetRx) A week ago she was almost dead, so in a last ditch effort to revive her, I stuck two (5-6 week old) chicks in with her, and the next morning she was back to life teaching them how to scratch for food. I also did another round of the dimethox with her but it didn't seem to make a difference. So I brought her and her emotional support chickens to the vet and got clavamox and metacam for pain. Today would have been the last day for both, but I quit the clavamox when she started pooping blood and started her (and the others) on corid today. As of last night she is not really eating or drinking on her own. I'm syringing the water/meds into her and trying various foods (she ate some wet cat food gravy and a bit of applesauce), but she is just skin and bones- I can't feel a crop at all. Her feet seem sore and swollen, one is hot and swollen and the other is cold. I don't know if epsom salt is making things better or worse, but cool water perks her up a bit (then she shivers because she's starving). Her face and comb are painfully red and dehydrated. I don't have access to sub-q fluids or I would be doing them. She's super spacey (picture a newborn trying to hold its head up) and her pupils seem grayish I've given her some Rescue Remedy (flower essence/homeopathic-type treatment) and added electrolytes to the corid even though that's probably not recommended (?), and she's taken a few drinks on her own since. I called my vet back yesterday and he is out of town all week. Her will to live is amazing and I don't want to fail her but right now she doesn't seem to have 24 hours, much less a week. Can anyone recommend anything else that can get her over this death hump of the next day or two?