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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Jo Anne, Dec 28, 2015.
I can't really tell without more information. Is there anything there that looks like a crushed egg without a shell, or flesh colored material that could be a lash egg? Has she been laying, or has she had any diarrhea?
Haven't seen any lash eggs. No diaherra. She lays sporadically, it looks like cooked egg whites, I wasn't able to hold her - I will try in the am when it's light out and can see better.
She could be laying internally.
Oh gosh what's the fix?
It's fairly common unfortunately and not a very good outcome. Have you cut open the object to look inside? Hopefully it's just a glitch in her egg laying. Here is some info about internal laying:
I gave her a warm bath in espon salt and tree tea oil washed her vent and this is what it looked like
Lash eggs which are odd eggs laid from problems like internal laying and salpingitis, look different in many cases and here are some examples where they have been dissected:
Is this prolapsed vent?
Thanks for all your help and input. I culled her today.