My 4 yr old Nigi doe, Pepper, is acting weird and I need some help pinning down what is wrong. She is probably pregnant since she was bred a little less than 2 months ago (I say probably because I know she was bred but I have not run a blood test to confirm yet whether it took). I noticed yesterday morning that she was on the opposite side of the pen from the rest of the herd. Which isn't too weird, but I had just fed and the rest were still vacuuming up the leftover feed. Normally they don't wander off until it is all gone. Since I could not remember if I saw her go to eat at all, I made a mental note to watch to see if she ate last night. Sure enough, when I did the evening feeding, everybody else ran to eat and she just stayed off by herself, laying down in the goat shelter. So, I did a full exam, no eye or nose discharge, no coughing or sneezing, no diarrhea, no vaginal discharge to indicate there is a miscarriage, basically no external signs of anything wrong. I listened to her gut and it seems to be gurgling like normal. Her belly is not swollen at all so it does not look like bloat, either. She seemed mostly normal but I could tell she was 'off' in some way, if only because she was moving a lot slower and it was really easy to catch her. So, last night I gave a big fat dose of probios paste and left it at that. I did a little research and the closest thing that I found to match her symptoms was pregnancy ketosis. This morning she was not any better, did not get up to eat with the others, and she is making little grunting sounds like maybe she is in pain. I gave her 6cc of b complex sub Q, 20ml of nutri-drench, and another dose of probios. I penned her up in the goat shelter that she has been favoring and gave her a pan with her own feed (which she did not touch) and some water with electrolytes. Is there anything else I should be doing at this point? Any other suggestions on what it might be? My first instinct was to grab for some antibiotics, but I don't want to medicate if it is not called for. As for possible environmental causes, the weather has been pretty crappy lately, it's been raining for WEEKS and we had a brief cold snap followed by the weather going back to being HOT and humid.