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    0 Not allowed!
    My last adult fish now has it. :( My little fry is still growing, not knowing what she is expecting. I also have three bottom feeders and they're still as perky as ever (picking at the bottom eating, swimming around as usual). Ugh. Should I somehow euthanize the rests of the tank? I hate watching my adult try to swim, seemingly gets too tired and sinks. And yep, curvy body. Like I said, all other fish are swimming around like nothing is happening. I guess it's just a matter of time for them too?

    I don't know how to clean up after this thing. Any help would be lovely (like where/how should I get rid of the water, should I just toss my tanks/things in them/filters/etc, how to disinfect if tossing is not recommended, stuff like that).

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    So I posted this in the fish disease part too...

    I live next to a lake. I can't dump the water outside or bury the fish as the water level in the lake is high due to rain fall. My tank is really starting to stink and I want to get it out. I have cuts and scrapes all over me now from itching so obviously I can't take care of it/clean it (I'm seeing a doctor Monday). At this point, I'm in pain (yes, my inner ear somehow and my jaw just started today, ugh *slams head against wall*) so I don't really care if some aquarium people pick it up and trash it for me. It stinks. I still have at least two fish alive and it really stinks. The water is really dirty and there is junk growing in the tank now. I know it's only been a dayish since my post on this board, but I'm growing impatient as the smell gets worse and the tank keeps getting more and more gross.

    Someone, please help. Any suggestions.

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    0 Not allowed!
    I think a member on this forum was battling fish TB. You should contact them. I think it was Trillianne
    "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." Carl Sagan
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