They are smooth so I was thinking maybe tumors too if they weren't fungal I'll keep up with everything and I have switched to better food pellets as was suggested before. I will try the pimafix too when I get it as I don't think it could hurt? thank you!Really no advice except to keep doing what you are doing. Are the growths fuzzy in anyway or do they look smooth? I'm wondering about cancer.
I happen to live in her city and have a few on hand, which is why I asked. The only one I have available that I think would work would be furan 2.They're either cysts or tumors.
The one on the fin that fell off is in all likelihood a cyst, it happens. The brown stuff could be a fungus, hard to tell.
You're not going to get the antibiotics in Canada unless you know someone. The Methylene Blue dips would be a good start.
I'm in Alberta. I went looking for those antibiotics you mentioned before and couldn't find them. I did try that betta revive once already which has the methylene blue in it. Could I maybe try that for another week? I wasn't sure if you could use two courses of treatment of it or not.Furan 2 or Kanaplex preferably. Other options such as Methylene Blue, Potassium Permanganate, or even some Malachite Green. I can do further research.
What part of Canada?
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I have used a week of this already about a month ago. Is it okay to try another week of it? And how would I pull fluid from the cysts?If he's still acting and eating normally, I'd give him a week with MB daily dips.
Also want to swap from aquarium salt to epsom salt to pull the fluid if they're cysts.
Antibiotics are illegal in all of Canada. We can get MB and some ich meds and the “fix” meds but that’s about it.I'm in Alberta. I went looking for those antibiotics you mentioned before and couldn't find them. I did try that betta revive once already which has the methylene blue in it. Could I maybe try that for another week? I wasn't sure if you could use two courses of treatment of it or not.