Someone please HELP!!!!!!!

JensChickies

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My 6 month old girl is having problems and I don't know why.
She was fine yesterday, but now she is on the way to becoming really lethargic, I havnt seen her drink water, she eats but only her treats. Her eyes are closed and she doesn't want to really move. She has been dewormer, about 2 months ago. Should I do it again? Her comb is red, but I have seen it redder. No signs of respiratory problems. Any body have any suggestions???
Oh. And she hasn't started laying yet.

Helllpppp!! She's def. not feeling well
 

Eggcessive

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I would check inside her vent an inch or so to make sure she isn't eggbound. Does she have diarrhea? I would get some Corid or amprollium, and treat her for coccidosis. Your may need to give her the Corid with a dropper and put it on her food so she gets it. What did you worm her with before?
 

JensChickies

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I would check inside her vent an inch or so to make sure she isn't eggbound. Does she have diarrhea? I would get some Corid or amprollium, and treat her for coccidosis. Your may need to give her the Corid with a dropper and put it on her food so she gets it. What did you worm her with before?


Ok I will check her vent. I just brought her in and have her by herself. As for the pooping...I am trying to figure it out, but I'm highly suspicious that she has not pooped. I havnt noticed any bloody poop from her or any of the others. I tried the rooster booster, but it have Valbazen that I will use next round of dewormer. I am going to soak her in water to see if she's egg bound, but I am just not sure
 

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Oh poor girl.
 

dawg53

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Since you've wormed her, she might be overloaded with cocci. I'd go with corid as Eggcessive mentioned. You'll have to administer it using an eyedropper 6-8 times a day since I doubt she'll drink it on her own.
You can also give her applesauce, it acts as a mild laxative in poultry.
 
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JensChickies

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Since you've wormed her, she might be overloaded with cocci. I'd go with corid as Eggcessive mentioned. You'll have to administer it using an eyedropper 6-8 times a day since I doubt she'll drink it on her own.


Thanks Dawg53. She was wormed about 2 months ago, would she have shown symptoms earlier since it was a while ago? I also give probiotics in their feed...I believe it was grow2max probiotics. She just pooped a little bit.
 

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