I have a problem with a pregnant doe, she is about 3-1/2 mo. pregnant and suddenly has pudding poop and is yelling constantly like something is very wrong. My 2 new does, in a separate pen, do have coccidia confirmed on fecal and just treated yesterday with Baycox (Toltrazuril). Since this is off label for goats, I can't find for sure that this drug is safe with a pregnant doe, so I'm holding off on giving it to her. Her temp is normal, and I gave some Pepto-Bismol type stuff for livestock. It will be days before I can get results on a fecal. She's never yelled like this before, it's very concerning. I put fresh minerals out and kelp meal 2 days ago, that is the only change in diet that I know of. I just gave her the antidote gel in case, rubbed her belly, maybe felt a kid, but she doesn't appear bloated. She is only calm if I am in the pen with her. I heard her guts gurgle. She's a bottlefed goat, about 1-3/4 years old, had kids in February with no problem. She's been very healthy and is not a yeller at all normally. I gave her some oak leaves and she nibbled, but appetite is definitely diminished and she's very distracted. She's up and around just fine. Update: She nibbled at some baking soda I put out, is a bit calmer now, 2 hours have passed, but still yells if I stay away. I gave her Fortified B complex gel. Update: 3 hours later, she is still yelling a lot but not as loud, when I'm not with her. Re: Banamine, Tennesee Meat Goats says: "soothes irritation in the gastro-intestinal tract (gut) when diarrhea or other gut-related digestive illnesses occur," So I gave her Banamine, and this has calmed her more.