A few weeks back one of my does had some scouring, but it cleared up within just a day and she was back to normal quickly. Anyways, so my youngest doe (born in may) was fine last Saturday night, but Sunday morning I went out to feed I noticed she had really bad scours. There was poo all over her rear end, however she was acting completely normal (eating and drinking with a normal temp.) I gave her some probiotics and they did not work so had the vet out Monday morning. He gave her a checkup (eyes, gums, and stomach) and decided to treat her for coccidia. He gave her a shot as well as gave me some oral drench to give her for 5 days. At the time I asked if we should treat the others and do fecal testing and he said no as none of the others seemed sick. Today is day number 4 of me giving her the oral meds and she is still acting normal (feed, water, temp) but still not normal poop. Now it is more solid, but coming in clumps (which it had begun to do Tuesday, so no real change.) She is pastured with 2 other does and both of them are having normal poops. Should I have her fecal tested and then treat them all for worms? Or should I treat for worms and see what happens? I was going to call the vet in the morning and get his opinion, but thought I would ask here as well. Also, what types of wormers do you rotate between? Are there any wormers that cannot be used in a pregnant doe? Sorry so many questions, but like I keep saying I am new to this! No matter how much I read it seems the best knowledge comes from other owners. Thank you so much for any help.