The battle continues. Stopped using the Tetra Fungus Guard after 2 treats and switched to Furan II and Kanaplex.
Ive used at least 5 doses Furan and Kanaplex. Fins are back to normal nearly, but eye cloud remains on at least 3 fish.
Im thinking Triple Sulfa, mentioned by Rocksor, may be the one I need to pick up. Research says it may be better at higher ph.
Furan is said to work even in higher ph, but must be dosed daily after wc's. Im having to do that now anyways
Updated 02-28-2015 at 10:18 PM by pRED
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