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Actually that reminds me of something my vet also told me. I asked him about the liquid form because I thought it would be easier to administer. He said that liquid Metronidazole contains sugar so he doesn't like using it. Instead he gave me tablets and told me to crush them up in warm water before adding to tank. Maybe getting tablet form Metronidazole instead will prevent your water going cloudy.Hey!
I've removed the discus. I couldn't even see for more than 5cm at the back of the aquarium. Well I've read that sugar may have caused it because it reacts with bacterias or something like that(the Flagyl I used contains sugar). I just don't know.... I made another water change but it's still cloudy. If I can't treat it with metronidazole I don't know what I should do......
I'm not too sure what you mean here. I'm picturing you trying to drip medication into the discus' mouth in which case I have no idea if that's possible.Can I can give him the medication with a syringe after getting it out of water for a short moment? Is sugar bad for fish?