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post #11 of 13
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Thanks so much for the info.

 

How will I know it is not Yeast infection?

Also if it is Yeast infection what dosage of fluconazole OTC or CanesOral should I give to the chicken?

 

Regards

Kaz

This is the dosing info I have on it:

 

 

Someone here on BYC gave it to their goose and I think the dose was 20mg/kg once a day. You'll have to weigh your bird and figure out how much to give.

 

-Kathy

post #12 of 13
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Hi,

 

I have ben giving her Nestatin (2 ml) twice a day for the last 7 days. The leakage from her vent is the same but her droppings look normal now and her gleet is a little less smelly.

 

I have been told that I need to give her Nestatin for 7 to 10 days. Almost 1 ml for a lbs wait. She is around 1.6 lb and I am already giving her 2 ml.

 

As Kathy said it could be other issues and not Yeast. Hard to tell. Not sure what the next step is. I have posted a picture of her condition. Sorry for the ugly picture I have posted.

post #13 of 13

General question about vent gleet:  Can the poop be normal and the chicken still have gleet?

...what you know for sure that just ain't so...--Mark Twain;  is what harms future generations.--me
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