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Comments and Stories Relevant to Robyn's Health Page Five

Last Updated: 9/9/06

These comments refer to the fish health page five.

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Name: Comk4ver
E-mail: Withheld
Date: 9/9/06
Edited: Yes

"My Betta, 'Fish N Chips,' but lovingly called Mr. Squishy seems to have this tumor growing on his gill. At first, I noticed it when I was cleaning out his Bettahex Tank (about a gallon) before getting ready to take my vacation; it started on his lower right gill. I cleaned it out again and continued to monitor over the next week then a second, but smaller, tumor started to grow. I cleaned it out again then it seemed to get smaller all of a sudden (I guess). It's one conglomerated tumor on his entire gill plate. I've recently gotten a General Cure for Anti- Parasitic by API (it was recommended by the clerk at Petsmart). I'm looking for any other suggestions. I've had him for at least three years or four. I'm being greedy; I want him around longer!"

Note that the photo did not come through because it was too big.


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