Hi. Our 5 1/2 year old Guinea Pig Daisy has had diarrhea for around 6 weeks now. This is after having bloat for the first time. Through this time the stools have varried in softness and she had twice made a brief recovery to nearly normal poos for just a day or so and once had a period of about a week of normal poos. Over the weeks we have taken a number of steps to try and resolve her illness. Its hard to give a timeline but in short we have; introduced biolapsis and fiberplex and continue to give daily seperate doses of each. We have had multiple visits to 2 vets and the second is very experienced with GP's. She has looked over Daisy 3 times and has tested her poos and scanned her and can find nothing wrong. We have removed veggies from her diet and only occasionally will allow some peppers as were scared it could make her worst. Prior to this she never had any stomach problems and absolutely loved her veggies so its heartbreaking to not give her any. We recently have read about how older pigs can get upset stomach from nuggies with soy and grains so we have taken her off the dual care nuggies and replaced that with the new ones which so far she has turned her nose up to as well as the other piggies we own. Its only been a couple of days so we are waiting it out to see if this helps. Her appetite has always remained and she has lost some weight at the very start after the bloat and first week of diarrhea she lost around 100g but in the time since she has remained at a steady weight. At present her daily diet is 3 fresh hay sources (meadow, timothy and longstrand) 2-3mls of fiberplex, biolapsis with critical care, soy and grain free nuggies, fresh water and no veg. We have tried everything the vet has suggested and the amount of money we are spending on vet bills, critical care, fiberplex, biolapsis, duel care nugs and various other bits is piling up and we feel our options are running out. Were trying so much without much success and don't want to stop incase its actually helping more than we realise. Shes fine within herself and happy and eating well. We have looked at posts here and various other places and we can't find much about piggies with long term diarrhea like this. If any one has any advice or experience with this or anything we can try we would hugely appreciate your help and guidance. Thank you.