Does anyone think this is cloudy eye. I'm not sure what the eyes look liked before. He seems a bit dopey and slow.
Definitely looks like popeye/an eye infection to me. If those plants are live, I'd track down API Erythromycin and treat using that.
Unfortunately I am in the UK and cannot get them as for some unknown reason they are illegal to purchase. Also my water quality according to my test strip is all on no ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, chlorine and ph is 7.2-7.6.I agree that it does look like cloudy eye/an eye infection. I don't have any experience with medications so I can't advise what to use to treat it. My go-to is usually salt but that might not be effective in this case. Cloudy eye is usually caused by poor water quality so I would suggest increasing WCs while treating and maintaining a solid WC schedule. Good luck!
Unfortunately I am in the UK and cannot get them as for some unknown reason they are illegal to purchase. Also my water quality according to my test strip is all on no ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, chlorine and ph is 7.2-7.6.
I have added Api Melafix and Pimafix hopefully this will solve it as it says it treats popeye
OK thank you my friend I have about 15 fish in a 125L fuwel lido. I have put salt in the water and done quite a few water changes. Not 50 % normally about 30 do that ones a week and gravel vac and scrap the algae off the glass.Test strips are highly inaccurate. How big is this tank, how many occupants, how often and how much water do you change? Also do you gravel vac? I would stop those meds since the main ingredient is tea tree oil which is pretty much useless. Try salt and 50% WCs every 2-3 days. The best medicine from my experience is clean water. Gravel vac any decomposing gunk and do large WCs frequently.