Originally Posted by Sena Hansler
Yes, but you're saying you don't like the repetitive questions? lol nevermind
But I do agree...water changes do help. Especially if the water has not been tested and there could be ammonia or other lethal things in the water.
No,,Is not what I said.
I suggested answering a specific group of questions at the top of Tropical fish
disease section, so that other member's can more easily,more quickly, provide possible help by eliminating, or identifying, possible problems or thing's that may be contributing to the fishes health while avoiding asking the very same question's.
Answering these question's ahead of time saves time and possible help can be given much quicker.
Question's are only repetitive when you need to ask for the answer's with each new poster with a problem.
Is good that we can agree
that water changes are very good first line of defense, for it is estimated that nearly all fish related Illness can be attributed enviornmental issues (ie) water quality, or lack thereof.