I'm sad to say that 3 out 7 of my females are daed, two are dying as I type this.
Last Sunday, I purchased Tetra's Lifeguard all-in-one medication.
After hesitating I put in two tablets for my 10 gallon tank, on Monday, becuase I had a hard case of fin rot, and the aquarium salt did not work after the 10 day treatment.
Tuesday I looked to see if the fish were alright for another dosages. I decided not to.
Wednesday, I looked again. They were even worse. By the end of the day, Rubby was very weak, was swollen in someplaces, had discolored scales. I put her in a cup that I floated in the main tank with a low water level so she didn't have to struggle to get air. Same with Zetta, her lower body and tail were swollen and she couldn't swim well.
Thursday, this morning I looked in the tank. Zetta and Rubby were dead. Ritz looked as thought as thought she had a small white substance (it wasn't fungus) attached to some areas. I told my dad that I would do a full water change when I got home form school she was dying. I took her out in a cup so she wouldn't struggle with breath.
Rakki has lost use of her right pectoral fin. I put her in a cup as well. She's struggling to survive too.
Asia was found dead at the bottom of the tank.
Ritz is struggling with her last breaths.
I feel like such an idiot! If I hadn't used that medicine they would still be living. I followed ALL of the directions. I'm going to do a full water change as soon as I can.