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Old 12/17/2007, 01:24 AM
Snowboarda42 Snowboarda42 is offline
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Unfortunately there is not much you can do. This sounds more like a swim bladder problem than just a bubble in the fish's intestinal tract. And most of the time this ends up being either a life long problem for the fish, if not killing the fish due to its need to swim much harder than it should. All you can really do is feed the fish foods that are enriched (Selcon, Vitamin C, etc.) and hope for the best.

BTW, a pic might help as well.
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