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    Ich sa silver dollar

    Good morning guys, yung 1 silver dollar ko may konting ich sa dorsal fin, nasa community tank siya do i have to isolate him? TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavZero View Post
    Good morning guys, yung 1 silver dollar ko may konting ich sa dorsal fin, nasa community tank siya do i have to isolate him? TIA

    if possible yes. to avoid infecting the other fishes in your comm tank.
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    hiwalay niyo na sir para di mahawa iba

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    Rule of thumb is to isolate the injured or sick fish.
    lalo na kung mag uundergo ka ng medication.

    goodluck po!
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    Naglagay ako ng melafix sa community tank for 2 days, and on the 3rd day i put salt solution naman. Ayun pawala na yung ich nung 1 SD ko, at umayos na rin fins nila, lagi kasing sinisira nung mabait kong green arowana ang fins ng mga SD ko. Wehe..

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    Better to treat the entire tank in case of ich infestation. Refer to info here: http://www.peteducation.com/article....+2160&aid=2421

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    Yes sir ganun na nga ginawa ko, salamat sa info..

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    You can also try doing a Salt Bath on your tank bro and Melafix .
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    lagyan mo ng taguan boss.. malalaking drift wood. pero i cure mo ng maayos
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetraman09 View Post
    Better to treat the entire tank in case of ich infestation. Refer to info here: http://www.peteducation.com/article....+2160&aid=2421
    Yeah its true to treat also the entire tank in case of ich. If you read about the life cycle of ich, by the time you detect the symptoms, the organism that causes ich might have already reproduced and in the water in search of another host. It is possible that the ich might return after a few days in the water of the tank if not treated. It happened to me, while the infected fish is in isolation and medication, the ich also appeared in other fishes in my community tank.

    As a precaution, maintain good water quality & it is best to observe you fish daily to quickly spot symptoms and isolate the fish as soon as possible to avoid outbreaks such as ich. Please note that I still recommend isolation specially for bacterial infections.

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