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Hi, new fish keeper here I have some new goldfish in a partially cycled 10 gallon tank (I wasn't expecting to get them so I didn't have any pre cycled tank ready, it's been spiking less so I think it's starting to settle into a cycle). I'm keeping them in it temporarily until I get a 50 gallon next week. To keep ammonia down I've been doing twice daily partial water changes. This morning I dosed the whole tank with Prazi Pro suspecting they have flukes. I feel like I should be continuing the water changes to keep quality up for the fish but I'm not sure if that would dilute or disrupt the Prazi? If I was to do a partial change should I add a partial dose to the new water? Or should I skip the changes for a few days? (I have seen the prazi protocols listed here but since my tank isn't fully established I'm wary of leaving it untouched for five days like they suggest)
Please help my telescope cali has been doing well but today I just notice her fins were short and jagged .what should I do . I'll know my water perimeters later. I just did a 50percent water change two days ago. She looked fin yesterday but today she she ins't .shes not bottom sitting and is very active please help
How fast does Prazi Pro do its job? Is this even a valid question? in other words, it says to leave it in the water for 3 days... But what if you want to prevent eggs from laying/hatching and starting the fluke sickness all over again? Would you not want to do frequent water changes to make sure more parasites are not hatching? If you change the water though, you lose the prazi... Prazipro is expensive so it would seem to be a waster to dose and water change 3 days in a row. Suck it up and deal?