Should I keep Hannah separated from the other two girls? I have her separated right now because she went through another coccidia episode. I had stripped out the pen and put fresh bedding down so I didn't want her in there having the runs all over with Delilah and Georgia. So far, those two haven't had coccidia this time around and I want to keep it that way. She has been separated since Thursday. She was started on a different coccidia medicine and she has really improved. She went from not eating, hunched up, shivering, grinding teeth, runny poop with the nasty stuff (intestinal lining) in it, to chowing down on hay/minerals, firm poop, not little berriers yet but lot easier to pick out of her stall! Anyways, I am thinking about keeping her separated for a few months. She is not stressing being by herself, infact, I think she kinda enjoys it. The other two girls aren't stressing out either and Georgia really likes the new set up. Hannah was always mean to Georgia. Fecals came back clean (for worms) on all 3 does, Hannah of course had coccidia, which I already knew. I am going to go ahead and worm her though incase she has worms, there may just not be eggs at the moment in their poop. Is Cydectin safe to use in pregnant does? I am not concerned with Hannah losing this pregnancy. I would love kids out of her next year but getting her better and keeping her healthy is more important, so if she did settle and she now lost the pregnancy, or loses due to worming its fine. But I wanted to worm Delilah to because of her eyelids being paler then they should be. I am going to try to wait until she's further along in her pregnancy before worming but just wanted to make sure Cydectin is ok to use. Also, since we are on wormers.....is Quest ok to use on pregnant does? (Im taking notes but couldn't find the answer to my questions on here.) I know the Cydectin worked on my bucks before breeding season. They were pale, I wormed w/ Cydectin and they have pink eyelids still.