I have been reading as much as I can about helping a sick chick and I've read that one should not give yogurt to a bird while it is on an antibiotic. Could someone explain why that is? I am trying everything I can to get a chick to eat and I'd love to try yogurt because it has been helpful for puny chicks in the past, but I fear causing her more harm. In general, the run down of what the deal is is this: I've lost 3 week and half old bantams to what I'm sure was/is coccidia. Treating the other 3 bantams and 6 standard breeds(which are a little older) with Sulmet and electrolytes, scrambled eggs. Feeding medicated starter crumbles. Treating wheezy bird with Tetra Vet 10 and she's the one who won't eat. I feel that if she ate something she might stand a chance on surviving. I give her the medicated water and Sav-a-chick with a syringe. She'll walk around and then half-heartedly eat, but mostly sits and sleeps. I'm worn out trying to keep more of these wee ones from getting sick(er). Everyone is eating but "wheezy". Thank you so much for any help. It is so appreciated.