Nystatin is very safe to use. It doesn't get absorbed into the body. If the droppings start looking worse, then rather give to be on the safe side.
Droppings have been very watery but he is drinking a lot. He poops very frequently and he is eating very well.Yes, if more watery and the crop takes longer to empty. By the time one sees the white yeast inside the beak, then it has already progressed a lot. So just keep an eye on him for now.
0.1 ml for 8 days, this is day 4.Sounds good How many days do you have to give the Baytril?
Back to my Black Pigeon.0.1 ml for 8 days, this is day 4.
I know this is unrelated to the current post, my gray pigeon is currently molting, and although behaviour wise he is acting perfectly fine, I feel he is eating less and pooping less.
Is it a reason for concern?
Back to my Black Pigeon.
How do I know if my birds crop is not emptying? I continue worried, he is drinking a lot and his droppings are very watery.
At night he doesn't eat, he goes in the tray, I can tell he wants food but he just stares at it.
In the mornings he does eat...
He seemed like getting better like 2 days ago... are the meds making him worse now? I feel he is lowering in energy again.
I'm giving it, he hates the Mycostatin though, its always a pain to give him, he like coughs or gets like gasping out even though I try to be careful to put it in his thoat so it doesn't go in his airways.Won't hurt to give the Mycostatin, just for in case. Remember to give on an empty crop, then wait half an hour and then let him eat. Give twice a day.
These are his droppings overnight... they don't seem normal to me.I know. I hate giving Nystatin to a bird. Must be awfull tasting.