Help Fish Suffering!

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Disease' started by nlm.7100, Aug 4, 2017.

  1. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

    301a8908d492593f9b8e5a9da347dad2.jpg had a parasite then I treated him. Then started getting bacterial infection sonó started treating that now he's gasping at the bottom of the tank. Help please!!! I'm gonna take water parameters soon.

  2. Katie13Fishlore VIPMember

    Tank size? What are your water parameters? Did you move him for treatment? Is there enough surface aggitation to provide plenty of oxygenation?

  3. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

  4. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

    65 gallon I had some marmosa balls to help with oxygenation. Not as much agitation anymore about to get air stone at store now. Will do parameters after I get air stone. I did not move them for treatment treating in same tank
  5. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

    He was really bloated when he had the parasite after I treated the parasite he was a bloated anymore and started moving around a lot more
  6. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

    Today is the third date or bacterial infection treatment and he was fine in the morning today I just saw him laying there
  7. Katie13Fishlore VIPMember

    If possible, I would get an air stone now. When medicating fish, you need to supply plenty of oxygenation. My guess is that that is the problem combined with stress from the medication.
  8. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

    My stupid placimos is trying to bite him :(
  9. KaderTheAntWell Known MemberMember

    You mean pleco?
  10. tunafaxWell Known MemberMember

    Why are you treating him in the main tank?

    Take him out, put him in a plastic quarantine bin. What are you using as your bacterial med?
  11. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

    I don't have a spare tank anymore
  12. nlm.7100Valued MemberMember

    Thank you everyone for you're help. He didn't make it . He died yesterday afternoon. Didn't make it to the night.

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