Today is day 7 with the Epsom salt treatment, and he's actually about the same. He hasn't gotten any worse, but, he's not fine as always yet. I fasted him for 4 days before I could buy the Epsom salt, now I'm giving him really small amounts of food (5 Azoo micro pellets per day [I'm supposed to give up to 25 in a day] and 1-2 mosquito larva). He's pooping fine, very small but I guess that's because he's not eating a lot (I mean, I don't give him much to eat, he'd LOVE to eat all he could). So, I don't know what to do next. Could his problem persist for the rest of his life? Right now he's living in his small hospital-bowl. It's not even a 1/2 gal bowl, but I'm doing daily water changes. It has a little plant that I did (it has a suction cup on the bottom so it holds still as he likes to swim under it and stay beneath the plant so he doesn't get to the surface) and a leaf-bed. He's active as usual. I'm thinking on putting him on his own 2.5gal tank. I think he would be much happier in one like that than in the 5gal divided tank he used to be. He would have much more space to swim on the top, and, it wouldn't be very hard to reach the bottom and anchor himself on the plants (he really likes doing that). Would it be OK? On the good side, I noticed he doesn't get on one of his sides anymore and kind of floats like that. Still, I really don't understand what's going on with his swim bladder. What else could it be?