I have a baby Betta who is a couple of months old. She seemed to have been doing great she was put into a 10 gallon year old established tank that had some neon tetras, Cory cat, and a dwarf sucker. My water parameters consistently stay at: Ammonia 0 Nitrate 20 Nitrite 0 PH 8.0 Temp 80 About a week or two after a got her I moved the neons out of that tank and into a 20 gallon tank that I have because I knew that they would be happier. Everything seemed to be going ok. A couple of times I thought I saw very small stings of white poop but it was thick and not clear so based upon my research I didn't worry to much. I went out of town for about 4 days and asked my neighbor to feed my baby because I was afraid that she couldn't go that long without food given her age. The rest of my tanks I let go. When I got home I found her with a huge stomach that is just getting larger every day and she is pineconed. I gave very strict instuctions on how to feed her. I have fasted her for a day, feed her peas and it didn't seem to make a difference. She has Aquarium salt in her water and she is on her third does of Kanaplex tonight. I have posted some pictures of her before and what she looks like now. Any ideas on what could be going on, causing the dropsy, how else I could treat? I know the prognosis is usually not good. She still swims around very actively and still wants to eat as of today. She is actually quick the little pig still. Any ideas or suggestions on what else I can do? I keep losing all my fish for one reason or another it seems. It's so frustrating. Thank you for taking the time to try and help me out.