Hi, all. I went to go give my betta his evening meal, and I noticed he has a few (3) white spots near his eye. One is a little bit bigger than the other 2. There's nothing in the tank that could scratch him up, he lives with a snail who keeps to himself, and the filter looks fine, although I guess I could change it. The parameters are: 78 degrees F6.7 pH (Do I need to up it to 7.0?)Right around 0.5-0.10 ammonia levelI don't have test kits for nitrite and nitrateThe water is clear, but there's a few uneaten pellets on the bottom (I tend to give feed a little bit more, for the snail) and he's eating fine. He gets pellets twice daily, and sometime he'll get freeze-dried worms as a treat. I talked with my dad, who used to keep fish around 30 years ago, and he said it looks just like when his oscar had ich. I would like to get a second opinion on this. Do you think he has ich, or is it something else? Is he doomed to die, or is there something I can do? I know my dad said all of his oscars who had ich lived, but I know oscars are much bigger fish, and thus they can take more. Here's a couple of photos, although they aren't particularly good, since he was moving around a lot- They aren't very good, but you can clearly see the bigger spot.