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Molly spinning around on its head!
Old 11-14-2009, 02:57 PM   #11
 
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Thanks for all the help! - looks like my tank is overstocked, the link above (which was really helpful) says that it is at 172%!

The chemistry all seems to be good though - but think I might get another tank and take the load off a bit.

Looking into treating swim bladder as it seems treatable as opposed to whirring disease.

One of the things I have read that may help is adding some salt to the water - would that be ok? How would it affect the other fish and plants - any idea how much I should dose?

Thanks.
This thread has some discussion and a link on adding salt.

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