It’s pretty normal to expect some weird poops when they first come home. If she’s a young hedgie I wouldn’t worry about feeding her too much. Her bowels should normalize soon.
One thing you can do is put her in a foot bath before you get her out. Just put slightly warm water in a container, just up to her butt and let her wade in it for a while. It will clean her feet, which usually get messy from using her wheel, and she will probably poop a bunch. That way when she’s hanging out with you she won’t do her business in your lap! ;)
At the breeder she was still surrounded by familiar smells. She knows she’s in a new place. Try taking her out in the evenings for about an hour at a time. Make sure there aren’t too many lights on, and just let her sit with you in a comfy blanket or a towel.
She’s going to huff and curl up, but eventually she’ll start to relax and be more comfortable around you.
This will require patience on your part. :)
Wobbly Hedgehog Syndrome is difficult to diagnose, but there are some indicators. The most common is a “wobbly” stance when standing still. The hog will usually have a difficult time walking and may fall over frequently. They may also show less sensitivity in their hind legs and some suffer constipation. As the disease progresses, these symptoms would become more severe.