Tropicalfishkeeping201 Posted March 17 Share Posted March 17 (edited) Hello fish keepers! I was treating this tank for camallanus worms and I have already done 4 doses and haven't seen the worms anymore but was aiming to go for 6 to be sure they don't have any more but now I'm going to have to stop and treat this issue and give them a break from meds. This morning I was looking into my 30 gallon tank and I noticed one of red platy has what I think could be Ick but wanted to ask you guys to confirm if this is Ick. She is the only one that has it so far. She didn't have this yesterday. If this is Ich, how should I treat it? Will the medications for Ich kill beneficial bacteria? I have some adult and young platys, some young mollys, 1 Bolivian Ram, and 1 dwarf flag Cichlid (Laetacara curviceps). I also have 5 small Anubias plants. I was treating this tank for camallanus worms and I have already done 4 doses but was aiming to go for 6 to be sure they don't have any more of these worms but I'm going to have to stop and treat this issue and give them a break from meds. @Colu Is this Ich? Thank you in advance. Edited March 17 by Tropicalfishkeeping201 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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