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    Quote Originally Posted by jbeining75
    Try to switch them to small pellets like hikari micro pellets or nls all purpose pellets. Pellets hold nutrients much better than flakes which immediately dilute their nutrients into the water.
    what do you think it is J?Constipation or bloat or the like?
    Poster: does the fishes scales stand out from its body/does the fishes skin have a streaked appearance?

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    I will definitely get the pellets you reccommended. My fish is now "resting" in a fake plant. If I poke it out, it will swim - but not eating my smushed peas w/ seasalt at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katieturbo
    I will definitely get the pellets you reccommended. My fish is now "resting" in a fake plant. If I poke it out, it will swim - but not eating my smushed peas w/ seasalt at all.
    does the fishes scales stand out from its body/does the fishes skin have a streaked appearance?

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    It doesn't look any different from the other healthy 3 - if it swims, it swims in an upright position but is struggling.

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    Like it's tail is weighed down.

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    well,hopefully it is just indigestion as you first said.Good luck with him,Im sorry you have a sick one.

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    Oh thank you- can it die from indigestion? I kind of thought it wasn't acting right yesterday, but it was very apparent today when I came home from work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katieturbo
    Oh thank you- can it die from indigestion? I kind of thought it wasn't acting right yesterday, but it was very apparent today when I came home from work.
    I dont know.Ive never had that in my fish.How is he today?

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