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Old 08-09-2011, 11:32 PM   #31 
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Yay! So happy to hear! I have been following, I had nothing else to offer advise wise lol
No worries (: You offered great advice too!!!
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Old 08-10-2011, 10:30 AM   #32 
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I'm so glad to hear he's back to normal. Keep up with the epsom salt treaments until 10 days is over and keep an eye on his poo. I want to make sure that if he had parasites, he's still expelling them.
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Old 08-10-2011, 10:41 AM   #33 
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The best pic of poo I've seen in . . . well, ever. If only everyone could get such clear pics of this kind of thing, myself included. It really does help to diagnose, disgusting as it is. Well, I would say that's some brine shrimp, especially judging by the color. But I'm a bit concerned by the whitish threads off to the bottom left corner of the last picture and the top right hand corner. I'm not sure if that's more brine shrimp or possible parasitic worms. I would suggest you PM DarkMoon17 and ask her to take a quick look at those pics. Being a veterinary student, she's probably used to seeing parasites under a scope and can tell better than I can.

How is he doing otherwise? Still hungry?
Sorry had to say this, but this just reminded of the Scrubs song about poop.
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Old 08-10-2011, 02:48 PM   #34 
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Good for Swifty! Been reading along the way, happy to hear he is doing much better. You and your husband rock at being fish parents :D
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Sorry had to say this, but this just reminded of the Scrubs song about poop.
LOL! I loved that episode!
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Good for Swifty! Been reading along the way, happy to hear he is doing much better. You and your husband rock at being fish parents :D
Awwe, thanks! We figure if you are going to do something, then you have to do it right....and we love them, hehe!
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I'm so glad to hear he's back to normal. Keep up with the epsom salt treaments until 10 days is over and keep an eye on his poo. I want to make sure that if he had parasites, he's still expelling them.
We totally have been (: I just got done with his water change for today and he when I was done he had gone in the temp tank - totally normal color!
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Hoooray! Normal color! That's great news. Woohoo Swifty! And I love Scrubs.
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