I hate that I cant fill anything out right nwo (and I'm shaking forgieve thhe misplellings, I'm trying to not to) but I have work in 20 min and I'll be gone for about 9 hours and well
My very favorite, very first betta has a freakin open wound. D:
In summary, her ventrals started to disappear, then a bit of her anal fin nearest her egg spot.... I've treated her with Pimafix, and that actually helped bring the fins back, but I noticed that around her egg spot looked abnormally... torn.
I put her in a QT (the largest one I have available) and filled it about 4"... see, she's acted completely fine and normal like herself, but... I wake up this morning and she's laying on the flor of the QT, breathing a little heavier, and the only way she'd move is if she needs air. She doesn't even have the heart to look up at me anymore. D;
So this is sort of asking for a quick response, again, sorri i'm not filling anything out Dx
But the wound seemed to have just... appeared. Fungal maybe? I know there's nothing in her tank that can scratch against her... it's just so=me gravel and a java fern, as well as a silk plant....
Anyway, I was wondering that, without knowing the real cause yet, what's a good quick treatment?
I don't have Epsom or aquarium salt, but considering that I work at a pet stoer, I can get some in about 20 min. (They'll prolly let me come back sometime in the day oto treat her if Iknow what I'm getting)
EDIT: I did lower teh water level, so she can get up for air more easily, as she does struggle a bit to go up
Editedit: This is NOT cool, she's my most loved (you know you have a favorite too, lol...) and my birthday's soon, if I lose her, I will be traumatized