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  1. Hi I have three 2-3inch baby golsfish, two are lionheads and one is a ranchu. Squishy the black ranchu appears to be covered in a white film like fungus and is laying on the floor of the tank. My two girls Annabella and Angel (the lionheads) are covered in sore red patchs which I can only think are ulcers? I've been treating them with Esha Exit and Esha 2000 because my oldest Goldie George the oranda had an outbreak of white spot. Sadly he caught the fungus and died yesterday :( I am doing a 50% water change today, shall I start a second course of Esha 2000, it doesn't appear to be doing much Here are my stats:40Gallon 3 now at 2-3inchs Yes they are all new fish in quarentine together. Current Water Params: ph 6.8. Nitrite and Ammonia 0, Nitrate 20ppm (due for a water change today). No recent illness apart from this My George had whitespot like I told you guys before but I bought esha exit and esha 2000 and yesterday was their third day of treatment it doesn't seem to be doing much! I see no improvement. I try my hardest to do 50% water change a week. I do my own ro and it takes such a long time I'm outside all day usually. Sometimes I can't get all of it done but I really really try. I live in the UK and I started off using Gold Med on George and it worked to begin with but then he started getting used to it So I was advised that Esha products are amazing so I bought Esha Exit and then saw my other babies were developing some sort of fungus so I used the esha 2000 that I already had in my cupboard. Please please advise me of how to save my babies! Someone advised me that using ro wasn't necessary so I plan on doing today's water change with tap water that reads: Ph 7.4 Ammonia 0 Nitrite 0 Nitrate 10ppm Help
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