[edit 4/18; I updated title of thread to reflect transition from asking question to logging treatment/progress] I posted this question on another thread, got no replies or comments, so starting a new one... One of my female adf is starting to bloat. I don’t think she’s gravid because I have a rather randy male in the same tank and he’s not all over her. Ie, if she was preggers, he’s be on her like glue. She’s not bloating w air, because she has no difficulty staying below surface. I’ve read bloat in adf is typically either bacterial origin, or constipation/impaction. And I know prognosis is not optimistic. I’m a big fan of trying easiest treatment options first, but I can’t find any info about laxative foods/constipation in adf, except pages dealing with prevention (and I also checked through the much deeper acf info). I’m doubtful peas would work, which would be the go-to option for fish. Plus, would adf even eat them? They’d have to be chopped to just the right bite size, right? What do y’all suggest? Worth getting Maracyn-2 and starting a treatment round? PS Params 0/0/10, pH 7.5, temp 77 Diet is pretty much all frz bloodworms, not overfeeding, species only tank, except for some amanos. Am I missing anything? PPS I do have Epsom salts and will be starting 1hr per day bath, @ 1tsp/gal. TIA!!