Rob Posted October 3, 2020 Share Posted October 3, 2020 (edited) pH Right at 7.0 Nitrates between 20 and 40 ppm Hardness moderately soft Nitrite near 0 Ammonia 0 KH/Buffer Not Sure Water Temperature 75 I have a 10 gallon community tank and one of my corydoras started swimming erratically the other day and now he can't seem to swim upright, he'll swim fast across the tank and then sink and just sit there a while. He's still breathing but is definitely lethargic. After doing a lot of reading I'm fairly sure it is having a swim bladder issue, I'm just not sure if it's a bacterial issue of constipation. I placed some skinned and mashed up peas in the tank as I read that can help with the constipation but this is my first time having something like this happen so any advice would be greatly appreciated. I would have added a photo but I don't have a camera available right now, I can say however there aren't any visible problems from the outside, he isn't bulging or bloated and there are no abnormalities that I can see. Edited October 3, 2020 by RobertMaddox87 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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