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Old 09-20-2015
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Thanks Andrew!! It's now hard to tell if others are ok as I stop feeding them..
This thing is not fun!!
Youre welcome. But hang in there. The first battle is always tough. I've had Trophues for 8 years and this method has kicked the unforeseen case of bloat in the butt the few times I've seen it. It's tried and true. Stick to the game plan and you'll be good to go and will be watching a happy healthy tank of Tropheus once again!
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Now I'm confused.. I think bulging is almost gone but he/she is so weak that he is sitting on the sponge filter.

I start thinking it may be something else..
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I think I'm about to lose this guy.. pretty much laying on it all the time with heavy breathing
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I think I'm about to lose this guy.. pretty much laying on it all the time with heavy breathing

Well don't worry. Better to lose one and keep the rest calm, stress free buy covering the tank and keeping the lights off and continuing the treatment as directed... You'll be good. Don't worry and so will the rest of the group before long.

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so it is official.. he is gone.. I just did feed very small amount of metro/3% epsom salt soaked food.. All of them ate like they have not eaten for a week..
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