06-04-2008, 11:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Pasfur
We also need a full spectrum of test results prior to any treatment. AMmonia, Nitrite, Nitrate, pH, and Alkalinity at minimum. Calcium would be nice, as well as iodine and phosphate.
OK, his right eye is still swollen, and now white, he is now laying on the bottom of the tank. I took a video of it and took it to my LFS, and the lady said most likely he hurt himself and tested my water and everything was fine, just my ph was a little low but not drastically and she gave me melafix to add to thw water for teh next few days. I did not tell her about him laying down on bottom as he started doing it tonight. Do you think it is Brooklynella?
Symptoms he has now: Swollen right eye cloudy white, heavy breathing(looks like), and now laying at bottom at 12 in the night. Please help thank you.
I have a small 3 gal tank I can use as a qt, what would I need to put in it, airstone for air?