Newbie here. I have read all posts back from 2009, taken me 3mos to read. I have learned a lot. I thank you all for what I have learned. Last week my heifer calf had a bloody rear end. I suspected coccidiosis and called the vet, he confirmed and had me give Corid. She bounced back quick. Now this morning, DH tells me to come see her, and there she is with a rectal prolapse, about 2 inches of rectum hanging out. I was able to gently reduce it back in place. It stayed but she was trying to push it back out, like she was grunting to have a bowel movement. There was bloody mucous. What now???? Her bowels have been loose since last week. She eats good and walks around like she feels ok. How do you treat this? I will be calling the vet again and having him see her, but any experience out there with this. This doesnt not seem good to me. Wonder what her chances are at overcoming this? Would love your input.