I posted a couple days ago about my chicken with a picture and she has vent gleet. So I researched everybody's advice. We did a dose of epsom salt and water in a syringe - we maybe got 1/2 oz of the recomended 1 oz. into her. We also did the molasses and water for about 5 hours-not sure if she drank any of it- we were gone. So since the epsom was so hard and I think stressful for her we started putting the antifungal on her vent. I did that for about 3 days and it did not seem to be helping. So I went and got the iodine and put it in a spray bottle. I sprayed her yesterday and went out to spray her again this morning. her vent looks less red but still alot of white and yellowish stuff coming out. While all this is going on she is now having trouble walking- about the last 3 days. She is eating a drinking - while I have been home I have seen her- but last night I had to put her into the coop-she was sitting in the dirt under the ramp- so she may have tried to go up and fell off. She then went and did get into one of the nest boxes- she did not jump up to a roost bar. I don't think we injured her when we fed her the epsom- I did wrap her in a towel. She has also not layed for just over a week now. (since I found an egg with blood on it that prompted the investigation of chicken butts) So, I am wondering if I should bring her in and put her in the big plastic bin we have used for a brooder so she does not have to move around a lot and she can stay warm- it is about 35 here-up to 40's during the day- coop has been about 45 at night. I am really hoping she is going to pull through and would love some advice. She is a 9 month old RIR and has been a great layer and of course my daughters favorite out of our little flock! 1. should I bring her in? 2. any idea why she is walking like this? 3. should we worry that she has not layed? Do I need to now worry about that too? 4. Any more suggestions on the vent gleet remedies? You will see her walk toward the end of the video clip Any help is greatly appreciated- as always!