http://www.felinediabetes.com/FDMB/...conquered-by-s-boulardii.188034/#post-2088093 In a previous condo (above) , I wrote how it looked like the noncolonizing yeast S. Boulardii was more successful in reducing Yum's diarrhea than metronizadole. I also wrote that I later realized Yum's blood sugar seemed to shoot up when I stopped the metronizadole, even though her diarrhea was slightly improved with the yeast. I thought maybe it was due to the anti inflammatory properties of the metronizadole (perhaps arising from some suppression of the immune system). http://www.felinediabetes.com/FDMB/...topped-her-metronizadole.188103/#post-2089074 Well, I finally vanquished her antibiotic induced diarrhea with 1/2 teaspoon of canned cooked plain pumpkin. She had formed wet poo on Saturday morning. I gave her 1/2 teaspoon of pumpkin mixed with her favorite no salt added packed in water canned deboned sardines that afternoon. She did not poo on Sunday. On Sunday afternoon I gave her pumpkin with sardines again. This morning she had a perfect tootsie roll dry poo in her litter box. WOW. 2.5 weeks of liquid or partially liquid poo finally GONE!!! Of course I don't know if the pumpkin would have worked 2.5 weeks ago---was it the total answer or was it part of a cumulative answer? I don't know. But if she gets diarrhea again, I will start with the pumpkin. She still has soaring blood glucose numbers. I am hoping they will improve with the end of the diarrhea, but I am not holding my breath. I don't know what is going on with her diabetes. I just wanted to post this testament to pumpkin for diarrhea, in case anyone else faces this problem.