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Old 04-03-2007, 12:13 PM   #11
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That is correct.
On another note, your shrimp need iodine/iodide to promote healthy molting, but that should be replenished with regular PWCs.
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Old 04-05-2007, 10:50 AM   #12
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I am Happy today , My clown is able to eat again, I know its only been 3 days since I started treatment and it seems to be working. Should I treat him for the full 4 weeks? Are there any dangers for treating him longer? Or do I just keep treating until the growth is gone? Also once it is gone will it return (an I will have to start treating again) or never come back.

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Cool, I would say continue the treatment for the whole 4 weeks, just to be on the safe side, unless anyone else has personal experience. That small amount is not enough to harm him. I believe there might be a possibility it may come back or not.
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Me and My clown thank you..
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Thank the book I bought, Dieter Untergasser's "Handbook of Fish Diseases".
I hope he recovers, please keep us updated.
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Ang new updates? I'm just wondering if it has noticebly gone down.
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