Ok the background on this girl. She is 8 years old. She was born in June and was diagnosed as a 2 day old kid via fecal to have a high level of coccidia. I have no idea how that is possible but it happened. It didn't help that she was born in June. Anyway, ever since she was little she has always and I do mean always had issues with coccidia about every year. She was given the prevenative but back then we did not have the correct dosages so it didn't work as well as it should and of course the vets were stumped. So, about a month ago I had a fecal run on this doe. (I grabbed her poop up just as I saw her poo.) I thought her eyelids were a bit pale so thought it would be a good idea. No worms but she has a heavier load of coccidia again. She looks and acts great other than the slightly paler eyelids. So, that being the case, I would like to clean her and her herd mate up before they kid. Is it safe to use those high levels of the dimethox 40% right now? She has about 6 weeks to go? What do you all suggest?