Hi, all. Me again with more questions. I removed my effected female cherry barb with dropsy from my 30 gallon yesterday. She survived the night in my uncycled 5 gallon with Epsom salt, a few drops of anti-fungal/bacterial meds, and a tiny bit of aquarium salt. Once in the salt, my barb came alive and started being more active, even though she did not want food. I am hopeful, yet I suspect another female barb might have it. She is round but not as round as the first female. Should I put them in the 5 gallon together even though the female isn't pineconing yet? Is that safe? My 3rd female is 100% okay and so are the males, and I put a tiny bit of Epsom salt in my 30 gallon yesterday. How should I deal with this dropsy in my 30 gallon. Should I tear it down? I'd hate to do all that unless I need to. My stocking in my 30 gallon is 3 juvenile bronze corys, one adult pepper cory, 1 older female platy, 9 neon tetras, 5 cherry barbs (including the one with dropsy), and a ton of brand new baby bronze cory fry. I also moved my young angelfish into my 55 a week or so ago, and this was before I noticed my cherry barb had dropsy. Every other fish is a 100% healthy from what I can see and the fish in my 55 gallon are not showing symptoms. What should I do next?