BlueLineAquaticsSC Posted April 9 Share Posted April 9 To preface, none of my fish, currently or previously, have dropsy, but I saw someone asking about it in the Coop FB group and it got me curious. Dropsy isn’t the disease, but rather a symptom right? It’s when fluid builds up in the body cavity. Every time I hear people talk about dropsy the general consensus is the fish is as good as dead. So is it the dropsy that kills the fish or is it that if your fish has dropsy the underlying issues have reached terminal levels? Anyone ever have a method with a generally good success rate for treatment, I’ve always wondered if lancing the area and draining the fluid build up would work. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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