Lady is not doing well. She is severely anemic, is losing weight, and her poops have been fluctuating from normal to pudding consistency. Tonight, her poop is more liquid than solid. Although we have not had a fecal done on her recently, another of our goats just got results back showing high levels of both stomach worms and coccidia. Lady has been treated with Noromectin for the worms, and Corid for the cocci (did a 5 day course, which finished a couple of days ago). She has also been getting Red Cell and chlorophyll for anemia. And we gave her a B vitamin shot and probiotics today. She eats alfalfa hay free choice, but today we took her out so she could have more access to good fresh browse. She has been listless all day, and as I said, tonight her poop is very liquid. She ate some leaves and grass, but not a lot. I have some "TDN non-medicated scour gel" that I can give her. It is meant for calves, although I have seen it recommended for goats too. My question is, is this a good idea, or is it better to let her body expel whatever it's trying to get rid of? The scour gel has probiotics, kaolin clay, and vitamins. I just don't want to cause further problems if her body is trying to rid itself of toxins, and I should let it run its course. Any advice?