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    Mark on eye?

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Diseases and Health Issues' started by Zack333, Oct 12, 2018.

    1. Zack333

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      Had these juvi peocock cichlids for a month now water parameters are all good ( 0 0 10) but I woke up and saw this on one of the more dominant males. His eye has a white mark and looks not as clear as the other, but not by much, I doesn't look swollen either (maybe just a wound?). If you have any ideas what it could be please let me know thanks

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      It's hard to see in the pick but sounds like he may have scraped it.
       
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      Mine do this from time to time, and I haven't had permanent damage or lost eyes.
      Just keep your water super clean and maybe bump up the wc's for a couple weeks. Little guy will be a ok!
       
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      Most minor eye scratches and abrasions heal as long as waters real clean, how's he eating?
       
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      Eating well it looked like a scrape or something to me but I just didn't want to take chances and have it end up being the start if popeye or something still doing more wc s can never hurt. Maybe some melafix too?
      Sorry about the bad pictures my camera isn't very good and the fish are too dang fast.
      Thanks
       
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      Wouldn't bother with meds, just water change , sounds like he's ok
       
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      Alright thank you guys so much
       

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