All right so here's the situation: I have never owned a fish before except for when I was so little I couldn't pronounce the name of the fish. A month or two ago my friend and I started a science project to test the intelligence of fish by placing it in a maze when feeding it, the project was cancelled and I ended up keeping a single Black Kuhli Loach named Que Mango (don't ask). All I had was a tiny little container (pretty sure it was supposed to be used to keep very small lizards), some flake food,and a little decoration for him to hide in. A few weeks after the project I was finally able to purchase a proper aquarium and just in time because QM was literally dying when I put him in the new aquarium, like if I kept him in the old containers 5 minutes longer he would have been belly up. Upon purchasing my first 10 gallon aquarium, I also bought some fake plants, a sunken pirate ship, gravel, and (this was a mistake) four tetras, two "glofish", and three other black kuhli loaches (I am now aware of why it was horribly wrong to do this). The first few days were excellent. QM made a full recovery and is currently healthy. I even got a video of one of my loaches Brute, doing loopdy loops. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Eqw...DvjVQa1PpcFPuXuF5nHDEf2J1Qt0TWfEtMlhzM9cGENI= On about the fourth day one of my tetras died, he kept chasing and being aggressive towards the other tetras so I figured they might have exacted their revenge on him. So I got a replacement tetra and all was well. Until a week and a half later. The water slowly got cloudy and a tetra went missing. It took me a couple of days to find his body caught in the ship. At this point I started seeing white spots that, after reading many forum posts, I diagnosed as ICH on the Glofish. My mother and I went back to PetSmart and a kind, old, gent helped us pick out ph and ammonia teting kits, as well as ICH medication safe for my loaches. He also instructed me that if my ammonia levels are anything above 0 then I shouldn't feed my fish for a few days. I got home and tested the ammonia and ph and the ph was 7.6 and the ammonia was 8 (OH MY GOD HOW ARE THESE FISH ALIVE?!?!). I immediately did a 10% water change (a gallon pitcher was the biggest container in my house) and poured in a bit of medication.The next morning I awoke to two dead Glofish. I removed the bodies and flushed them. After I got home from school I did another water change. The next day I woke up and all the fish were fine, and I gave them the medication. The next day they were all well until I got home from school and another tetra had died. I removed the body and did an immediate water change, using up the rest of my water conditioner sample (I'm going to buy more tomorrow). It has been a couple of days and I only have two tetras left (who appear fine) and all four kuhlis (which none have behaved like QM did when he was dying). I have read that I should wait and let the ammonia cycle on through and let nature take its course with the addition of water changes, but I really don't want to see any more of my fish die. Two of my kuhlis used to do the happy dance all around my aquarium (one featured in the video above) and now I see all four draping themselves over the suction cups attaching the heater to the tank. I've read that they often do this but it worries me because they often look like they have perished when they are just laying there. I tested my tap water for ammonia, which had none, and I retested the aquarium water and the ammonia is still at 8. Should I buy ammonia remover even though the aquarium is only a little over two weeks old? Should I wait and continue doing water changes like a mad woman? Should I stop adding ICH medication every other day? Is there anything I can fix at this point?