I need some help. I have a male and female Platy who aren't acting their usual selves. About 2 weeks ago I posted that they were lying on the bottom of the tank and clamping their fins a bit. (See my Post Here) At that point someone recommended I remove the Dwarf Gourami from the tank, as he seemed to be harassing them and causing them stress. The Gourami no longer being in the tank, I thought they would start acting more normal. However, they still continue to "rest" on the bottom of the tank fairly frequently and their tails aren't as fanned out as I think they should be. I have 2 pictures of the male: Male Platy resting on tank bottom by LindseyAquamarine posted Apr 25, 2018 at 9:09 PM Male Platy with clenched tail by LindseyAquamarine posted Apr 25, 2018 at 9:09 PM I can't get photos of the female very well, but her tail is also clenched. In addition, her shape is changed. On the belly side of her, where her head meets her body, it looks concave and it's starting to bow in. She wiggles a LOT when she swims, and that's why I can't get a good clear photo of her. But she's starting to look banana-shaped. What's causing that? I seriously thought they'd be okay if I removed the Gourami, so I'm really sad to see that they're still not okay. Any help, please!!! I really appreciate it!