Dear forum, I have had my beautiful Betta, Moana, since January of last year and she has been wonderful. The past week, though, I’ve been growing concerned. I’m very afraid I’m going to lose her! She’s been growing more and more lethargic and has almost no appetite. Her color is good with nothing showing illness on the outside other than her behavior. Normally, she is very active and will come to the front of the tank when I call and maintains a healthy appetite, but now she spends most of her time either upright or on her side on the bottom of the tank and appears to be having trouble breathing. I keep checking to make sure she isn’t gone! She will move sometimes, but when she does she swims erratically and with barrel roll motions. Looks like a swim bladder problem to me, but her stomach does not appear bloated as with constipation. For her diet, I only feed her twice a week. She has 4 pellets on Monday’s and about two dethawed frozen bloodworms + brine shrimp on Thursday’s. She is in a 3.5 gallon tank. I did a full tank change on Wednesday evening, having prepared the water on Tuesday morning and since then she has continued to get worse. I checked the water perameters and everything is at the appropriate levels. I added half a tablet of tetra’s lifeguard all in one treatment this morning. No improvement...is there anything else I can do for my Moana? She looks to be in such distress and I don’t know what else to do for her! I don’t want to lose her! Please help!