When fish are at this point there is usually nothing much anyone can do for them.So he wont eat and when i pick him up in a net he doesnt care/do anything. and i can flip him onto his back. he swims just a little bit not that much so he is alive.
This strikes me as unusual, though you don't have a heavy stocking so it is possible in a planted tank you get readings like this. But it seems still unlikely you would register nothing in an uncycled aquarium.
Swim bladder is an organ and issues with it are usually symptoms and not the actual cause.i have a top fin pf-l
(the filter has clogged alot)
okay i just fed my fish gourami didnt eat, now 5th day of not eating
Could he have swim bladder?
You want as little flow as possible when keeping Gourami.i had to turn the flow down because it floods over the back when i hace it on max
is there a better HOB filter then it that doesnt clog every 2 days?
In the future, please never, ever flush fish. It isn't a humane form of euthanasia in any aspect. keep some clove oil on hand and learn how to use it, then either bury the fish (1.5-3 ft is preferred depth) far away from any natural water sources, ask your local vet if they will cremate them, or dispose of the body in the trash. I'm sorry for your loss.Update: i flushed the gourami to end his misery, his fins were chewed off and he couldnt swim. we will now all remember ralph, my first gourami.