Bolivian Ram Hurt? Need Help

ChapouJunior

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Hey guys, I woke this morning to notice my bolivian ram with this : (see the pictures). There's like 2 red spots on both of is fin just like if he bleeds from it. I don't know what's happening. He's in my tank since the beginning (2years now). My water params are fine : 0, 0, 5. Ph 7.0-7.2.

He seems fine, he does not show strange behaviours, the fishes with him could not have hurt him since they are harlequin rasboras, guppy and a honey gourami way smaller than him.

I'm scared of losing him..

Thanks already.
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Could it be that is coloration changed? Like it seems a like perfect circle around the fin both sides... Maybe I'm scared for nothing
 

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Do you have any decor that he might have gotten stuck and struggled to get out? I'm not a big fan of any meds so if it's just bruises of being stock keeping your water in pristine condition should help him heal quickly
 
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Ryan P said:
Do you have any decor that he might have gotten stuck and struggled to get out? I'm not a big fan of any meds so if it's just bruises of being stock keeping your water in pristine condition should help him heal quickly
I'm not a fan of meds either. This is my tank, (I need to trim my plants lol). I don't think there is something sharp, maybe the anchor... But it's on his both fins almost symetrical
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I'm not a fan of meds either. This is my tank, (I need to trim my plants lol). I don't think there is something sharp, maybe the anchor... But it's on his both fins almost symetricalView attachment 435538
tank looks good! I have the same problem on my tank, I have a heavily planted tank once they go behind somewhere we don't know what's going on. So I guess just continue to monitor him if he acts fine and normal just keep up the good water condition and he should heal nicely. Good Luck!
 
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Ryan P said:
tank looks good! I have the same problem on my tank, I have a heavily planted tank once they go behind somewhere we don't know what's going on. So I guess just continue to monitor him if he acts fine and normal just keep up the good water condition and he should heal nicely. Good Luck!
Thank you , and thats so true lol! I changed my lighting yesterday, maybe his coloration could have changed. I'll update if his behaviour changes, right now I saw him chasing my HG when she got close to his favorite spot so that's good news for me. He looks in shape.
 

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ChapouJunior said:
Thank you , and thats so true lol! I changed my lighting yesterday, maybe his coloration could have changed. I'll update if his behaviour changes, right now I saw him chasing my HG when she got close to his favorite spot so that's good news for me. He looks in shape.
keep us posted Cheers!
 
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