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One of my Discus is not eating well...
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 12:39 pm Post subject: Re: One of my Discus is not eating well... Reply with quote

 When  we  talk  of  Deworming   we  think  of  tapeworms  ,  but  you  will  find  lot  of  other  internal  parasites  in  discus  .  So  Deworming  we  can  say  to  eliminate   all  internal  Parasites  ,  Tapeworm  is  one  of  it  .  these  worms  are  always  present  in  the  Stomach  /  intestine  of  the  discus  ,  and  are  not  that  harmful  .  But  when  the  water  quality  drops  down  or   if  you  are  feeding  spoiled  food  to  discus  ,  or  your  discus  is  under  stress  due  to  any  other  reason  ,  these  worms  becomes  dominates  and  their  populations  increases  and  when  their  populations  increases  the  problem  to  your  discus   starts  .   They  attack  the  internal  system  of  the  discus  and  sucks  the  nutrients  of  the  host  ,  your  discus  may  be  eating  like  a  pig  but  these  internal  parasites  sucks  all  the  nutrients  and  make  your  discus  thine  .
 
 
 Albendazole  ,  Mabendazole  ,  Pariziquintel  ,  Pumpkin  seeds  ,  &   Garlic  is  used  to   eliminate  these  internal  worms  .
 
 Mebendazole  :  If  you  have  100%  pure  powder  ,  you  can  use  1/4  teaspon  for  75  ltrs  .
                                  If  you  have  tablets  of  250  mg  ,  you  can  use  1  tab  for  75  ltrs  ,   
                                  After  24  hrs  50%  WC  and  repeat  the  treatment  one  more  time  .
 
 
 For   De  -  flagellating  ,  I  had  mentioned  it  earlier  .
 
 
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 1:14 pm Post subject: Re: One of my Discus is not eating well... Reply with quote

 Thank  you  Shiva  that  was  good  info  ....
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:23 pm Post subject: Re: One of my Discus is not eating well... Reply with quote

 Shiva  Sir,
 
 can  we  also  use  CURAGYL  100  (Metronidazole  Benzoate  Oral  Suspension)  I  got  this  from  SPCA  it  is  in  liquid  from.
 
 Rgds,
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 11:51 pm Post subject: Re: One of my Discus is not eating well... Reply with quote

 can  we  use  these  medications  in  a  planted  discus  tank?
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