Hi, I have had gapeworm in the past confirmed by both the vet and myself (I now do my own fecals) and in the past I’ve used three days at 1cc per hen per day (4-5 lbs) and it’s worked. One of my hens has been stressed with a moult (she moults in the summer instead of fall) and I always check a fecal once a week since I had such issues with gapeworm in the past. It’s been two to three months since I’ve had any issues. When she started making noises and acting off on Saturday I tested and found one egg. So I treated them Sunday through Tuesday and retested the fecal on Wednesday morning (yesterday) to see if longer treatment was needed. There were even more eggs and the symptoms were still present. So I increased the dose to 1.25 cc yesterday and once again this morning (day 5) even more eggs and symptoms. So I treated them with 1.5 cc today (day 5). That is the very high end dose. Is it normal to see eggs still being shed in the stool on day five? I know they can still have symptoms for a while like gurgling etc as the worms are being killed off. But I’m pretty sure I shouldn’t still be seeing eggs, let alone more eggs. Or maybe the egg load is random since sometimes I test and see none. I am at the feed store now getting valbazen just in case. Though the vet said give them a drug holiday for a few days. Is it possible the worms have developed resistance or do I give this more time? I don’t have a ton of time with gapeworm since it’s so dangerous.