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3 years 10 months ago #37236 by Catchmanny
Replied by Catchmanny on topic Help
No salt because I have plants but most lily have to set up a tank for him and hopefully it does the tick

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3 years 10 months ago #37235 by Catchmanny
Replied by Catchmanny on topic Help
Maybe that's it but man I was disappointed. I tried some meds but not the worms one. Going to buy some today. I don't feed too much and feed different foods everyday and let fash on sundays

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3 years 10 months ago #37234 by scubadiver
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Try metro flakes - or if you want try soaking their food in epsom salt. But ultimately is sounds like your fish has a parasite in its stomach which is very common but not always the easiest to cure but not impossible by any means.

The second thing is apistos don't have long life's especially albino's.

I was lazy and ordered some NLS Hex Shield that I give when ever I get wild fish in or fish with sunken stomachs.

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3 years 10 months ago - 3 years 10 months ago #37233 by Matt
Replied by Matt on topic Help
Are you adding salt to the water ? You may want to put him into a tank by himself .. He may have a parasite . Continue to do regular water changes to the main tank and add salt ..
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3 years 10 months ago #37230 by Catchmanny
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My apisto c which is albino. Has been pooping white stringy things. Added meds and water change every two days for a week nothing has change. Water is fine. Had him for 3 months .
He's super skinny and stays at the bottom of the tank.
Only swims when it's feeding time but it looks like a lot of effort o. His end to swim to eat

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