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Old 02-19-2012, 02:13 PM   #1
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advice using No-ich by fishvet

my fish have Ich so on Tuesday i started using No-Ich, feeding fresh garlic and removed carbon from my filter... i've been following the directions and everything seems to be working and im continuing the recommended dosages as instructed...
this is where i need the advice I am not sure wether to wait till treatment is complete or do I do a PWC.. I if I do a PWC then the treatment is taken out as well as diluted.... another question i have is garlic safe for marine life? the fish love the hell out of it but will it cause any issues if i continue feeding them garlic?
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