I hope its okay that I am using this thread. I need ideas/input from other people. My FB boer doe Vanity, who prolapsed at 7 weeks before kidding, is not well. She had been fine until now, two days ago the string in her vulva broke so she prolapsed again, she was stitched up again no worries. But for the last two days, she is not well at all, and she is going down hill. Today, she doesnt want to eat and drink, she is sitting most of the time moaning and heaving. She is prolapsing past the stitch a little, but it disappears when she gets up. She doesnt get up until I make her, and she has a lot of trouble standing, she can barely walk. She falls over when she tries to walk. She does not have an elevated temp. I wondered if she had some preg tox or similar, so she has had glucose, calcium, magnesium and ... bugger I forgot what else is in it, under the skin, also some oral glucose and electrolytes. She will be going to the vet first thing tomorrow to be reassessed. But, HERE'S MY QUESTION: how early can you have viable kids? Because she is four weeks away from kidding, I wondered if maybe I could get her another two weeks they would be ok, but I honestly dont know if she is going to last that long. At this stage, and its cruel to say but the kids are more valuable than her. Thanks guys. Man I hope I dont lose her before she kids, she cost me $2000 I dont have any doe kids alive from her, and I have sunk about $300 in vet bills in her already. Plus tomorrow I;m going back.