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    Default Help with sick guppies

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    Hi, i have a 70L tank with 10 guppies and 1 pleco, external filter 600 l/h water temp 26C water parameters are 0,0,7. WC every week 25%. 18 days ago one of the guppies became bloated. i moved him to quarantee and try to treat with Furanol with no success.His bloating was uneven, one side more bloated then the other,and ive assumed it was a tumor.He passed after 3 days since the first signs of bloat. Since then ive monitored the tank very carefully for any signs , but non appeared. Today iv found one of the guppies dead and another one laying on the bottom with raised scales{the other 2 didnt showed this sign.} last night they were all active, all came to eat with no signs of illness.. I would appreaciate any help and advice about what is it and what to do to treat and prevent more infections. thank you

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    I see you have posted this in quite a few different places; could you post pictures to help us diagnose?
    It's better to have and not need then to need and not have; this is especially true when you're dealing with fish and you need itch medication.

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