Hi. We just got a new nigerian dwarf doe in milk with her 20 day old buck kid. When we got her we found they were both covered in lice, she had tapes and stomach worms and minor coccidia. We typically use Molly's Herbals on our other two nigerian dwarf goats (one doe, one buck) who have been very healthy. We went ahead and wormed the mom with Molly's as it would be a week before our vet could see us. We found lots of tapes in the feces of the mother after this worming. We also suspected the kid had conjunctivitis with his excessively weepy eyes. We also dusted all the goats for lice. When the vet came, she said to use a pour on for the lice, checked the kid and said his eyes should be ok in a few days, because it could have just been from the windy conditions. She also told us to use Valbazen for the worms on the mother. We did all of those things, and went ahead and wormed our other two goats with the herbal wormer, and used the pour on with them, as well. Cleaned out the barn and gave all new bedding. That was on Tuesday of this week. Everyone seemed. Wednesday, we gave the kid his first dose of herbal wormer (he was 2 1/2 wks old). Thursday he began with diarrhea, and still has it today (Friday). We have tried Pepto Bismal, but it does not seem to be helping. We also had added some Probios powder into his wormer. We also gave his mother some Probios. She seems to be fine. Have seen no evidence of tapes in her feces (even after the Valbazen). But the buck is very runny...otherwise seems fine. His eyes have cleared up, but now my other doe is showing signs of pink eye, and we are using triple eye ointment on her. The lice seem to be gone. We will re-do in about a week. Molly's site says to worm the kid at any signs of diarrhea. We wondered if he was reacting to the Valbazen in his mother's milk, or if he was reacting to the herbal wormer. Should we re-worm him with the herbal as Molly's suggests? Or keep with the Pepto Bismal? Thanks for any help and advice.