The female sitting the egg on my bed has mild coccidia, her droppings have some light green in them. She is showing no other signs of illness and seems to be sitting the egg quite happily. The thing is, I remember reading somewhere that it is not always necessary to treat coccidia, that it may be better with mild cases to let the natural immune system take care of it. Intervention with drugs may undermine the effectiveness of the immune system, and I try to use drugs as little as possible anyway. I am a little concerned that she has not laid a second egg yet, but this may be due to my attempts to move the nest and she is holding back. What do others think? do you think I should allow coccidia to be dealt with by the natural immune system rather than using drugs, or because she is sitting eggs and presumably has another on the way it is safer to us Diclazuril and treat the coccidia?