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Old 07-08-2012, 10:46 PM   #11 
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Something with metrodinazole and/or praziquantel. These are the two main ingredients of most "general cures" so it should be easy enough to find.
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Alright, I added the parasite-clear medicine to the water last night that had the metrodinazole and praziquantel in it. Nothing is happening so far? If this is parasites, how long will it take before the cyst goes away? The box says that I can do another treatment in 48 hours and a 25% water change, will I need to do that? I also added a tablespoon of aquarium salt to the water to help him a little.

The water has also clouded up, too, and he's not swimming around as much as he was. He's preferring to just sit on the leaves in the tank than swim like he usually does. Is this normal after a treatment?
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