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Posted By: Nick Samaras <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tuesday, 7 December 2004, at 8:33 a.m.
On Sunday I noticed something unusual with the eyes of my 4 year old bronze corydora "Rusty". They appeared to be bulging. After some quick research I figured he had pop-eye. So I quarantined him and began treatment with Maricyn 2. The next day, I observed what appeared to be 2-3 "air bubbles" along and behind his dorsal fin. After some further research, I came to the conclusion he had dropsy. His abdomen also appeared slightly swollen, but I can't remember if that's how he always was. I continued treating him with the Maricyn 2, added some Epsom salt to the tank and began feeding him a steady diet of anti-bacterial food along with raising the temp slightly. As to this day, the symptons remain. He still has a healthy appetite and will swim around periodically. The "Air bubbles behind his fin seem to be regressing; however, they get