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    imagitarium parasite remedy

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Diseases and Health Issues' started by Anthony Nolet, Jul 1, 2018.

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      Has anyone used this to treat internal parasites? Someone recommended I use it and I don’t see anything about it helping with internal parasites.
       
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      Seems to be a herbal for external parasites from reviews I’ve read. Mixed reviews of good and bad.

      What are u trying to treat?
       
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      580D46C3-0F4C-4D61-814E-070BDFA5FEB3.png Whatever these are. They’ve gotten worse. Plus stringy poo. I’ve posted a few things about weird lumps on my fish but never gotten any good answers. The other lumps have gone away but these ones on the tail have been there a few weeks. No ill effects but I don’t want to wait and see what’ll happen if it gets worse
       
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      Would treat with prazipro and feed metroplex with Epsom salt solution mix. Then add Epsom salt to the tank at 1 tbsp per 5g. Can add seachem focus to make it into a paste.

      Epsom sol mix - 1/2 cup distilled water and 3/4 tsp of epsom salt.

      The bumps could be lymphocystis and spreading from one fish to the other. It’s like the common cold....one fish has it may go to another.

      My suggestion.
       
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      I’ve been using prazipro for the last 10 days. Today will be treatment number 3. The fish still hangs out in a little nook until I come in the room. I noticed the lumps went to the other side of his tail a few days ago. Today I noticed one on his face. First picture in the thread was may 25th. Second picture was July 5th third picture is today. I think it looks better but the spot on the face makes it hard to think that 3468E2EB-6516-4358-8615-6F0E9B05BC98.jpeg

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      None of the other fish have shown any symptoms of these lumps on the tail. The other lumps they’ve had have been gone for a few weeks and haven’t been back.
       
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