I don't know how this ended up, a prolapse is deadly if not intervened by a vet, one way or another, either due to the egg-binding and the actual prolapse, or due to the infection that follows a prolapse 99% of the time. And if she is prolapsed it means that she probably is egg-bound and the prolapse was from her straining.
3 days has gone by since hearing from the OP, I don't have a good feeling about how this ended up. Please let us know if we can help you, if your bird is still alive she needs professional help immediately.
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