I am bringing my Nubian doe to the vet this week to confirm if she is pregnant. She looks, to me, that she may be pregnant, which would be awesome. We have been working hard to get her to be really strong and healthy. We also had used some antibiotic measures bc of suspected chlamydia. Anyway, I had posted my concerns about this doe having some vaginal discharge. I was worried bc she may be pregnant. Posters commented that discharge may be normal in pregnancy. Well, today when I checked all the goats' eyelids, everyone was great except hers. Hers were pretty much white, which I have never seen on her before. She also has been having some eye drainage, but her eyes aren't pink or anything. I noticed her manure was clumpier than usual so I did a fecal today, especially after seeing the white eyelids. Her barber pole was 800 and coccidia was 2000. Last numbers I have from the beginning of September were 300ish for barber pole and 2100 for coccidia. I haven't been as good about giving garlic the last 3 weeks, but she continues to get the herb/worm balls about 1-2 times a week for the last three to four weeks. And definitely a lot more than that over the summer. I decreases the amount of herbs I have been giving the goats the last few weeks, so I wonder if it has negatively impacted this goat because she may be pregnant. Anyway, I triple dosed her today with the worm balls and garlic and noticed her eyelids became light pink later in the day. Her manure had been clumpy and soft for the last week or two, but returned to pellets tonight. Can the worm balls work that fast? I also filled the balls with essential oils such as thyme, cinnamon, oregano, lemon, orange, and digest zen. I will do a fecal after a few days again. I plan to triple dose her tomorrow and Monday. I didn't think the barbable numbers were that high to create super pale/ white eyelids. Is that possible??? I would love to know your experience on this. Also, she had an early pregnancy loss last fall (Nov 2019) and the spring before (March 2019) she birthed twins about three weeks early. She hasn't had a successful birth in her life and she'll be 4 in Feb.