Ceci Posted April 16 Share Posted April 16 Hi all, We woke up today to find a bent near the tail of our goldfish. We have never encountered this symptom before and our research says it might be "fish tuberculosis"... According to the websites I've visited, most of them says that there's no cure for it except for one that mentions if it's in the early stage, then we may be able to "contain it with a broad-spectrum internal parasite medication." As of now, the fish has the bend back, fin rot (has been trying to treat for a long time), fins look slightly clamped, normal appetite. There's only this one fish in the tank: its buddy, a shubunkin, passed away not long ago due to unknown reason (I suspected that it was swim bladder's disease and tried to cure it but it quickly passed away on the next day). Have you guys seen this happen before? If so, what would you suggest that we do? Thanks for your time, CiCi Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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