One of my snowball shrimp has sort of whitish insides, but they're not round like eggs. For some reason it reminds me of toy stuffing. The shrimp hasn't been acting out of sorts, but like a typical shrimp. Maybe a little rude by walking into other shrimp during feeding time, but that's about it.
I had my snowball shrimp in the 5 gallon with the betta shrimp. One night he went nuts and killed two, so I transferred the rest to my 2.5 tank where there were a few neocaridina davidi, because I have no other tanks. A week or more before the incident, I noticed that this shrimp had whitish insides. At first I assumed/hoped they were eggs but they weren't round. More like cottony insides like toy stuffing. I left it be in hopes it would sort itself out.
It's been maybe a few weeks since the transfer, and the shrimp still has the same problem. I think it's actually gotten worse and spread more. I also noticed that this shrimp has a new saddle, and may have hatched eggs a week or two before the betta attack. (Reason being, I have two large adult females, and the other one was still berried during that whole time frame and only recently hatched her eggs, but I found several young juvies when transferring the shrimp).
I googled the issue and only thing I've seen is that it may be a possible bacterial infection. I quarantined the shrimp today and took some pictures.