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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    Is the white on the head of this fish its color or is it some kind of disease? (Sorry for the blurry video and asking often. I'm really nervous because I don't want any more fish to die.) If you can't answer because the video isn't clear, that's okay.
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    https://www.loaches.com/Members/shari2/levamisole-hydrochloride-1 I re-read this link. and found that the amount of medicine required for each drug is different and written already^^
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    Oh, I just noticed that it's different. Levamisole need 2mg/ 1 liter and Levamisole HCL need 2.36 mg/ 1 liter. Thanks again!^^ I will find time to cure all of my fish.
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    thank you for the advice I will try Levamisole from pharmacy to cure them. Can the one that is not thin can be treated as well? / This medicine harmless to plants right?
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    If she has a black poop now, should I let her to the main tank? (I didn't give her flubendazole or Levamisole why she has a black poop?(T--T) Only metronidazole,salt and change water. Can white poop cause by poor quality of water? I am very confused now hahaha. When she was in the main tank...
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    My mollies twists her tail.

    I think doing this would be easier to see the point I curious.
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    My mollies twists her tail.

    Is there a way to cure her? or can not be treated(T^T)
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    My mollies twists her tail.

    It has a place to click to enlarge the video. I'm not sure if you can see it, but if not. I'll try to figure out how.
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    My mollies twists her tail.

    Here is it ^-^ /thanks for your answers!
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    My mollies twists her tail.

    I just curious what does its mean(TT).(She is lethargy now)
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    If I want to change large amount of water now but doesn't have thermometer,how can I do to don't make her shock?
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    Here is her now. She isn't shimmying anymore but lethargy. How should I treat her(TT)/thanks for your help
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    My shimmying fish is still alive and its feces are black. How should I treat her? I think it has white poop may be due to the poor water quality. Do I have to change a lot of water? And if I change the water a lot, will it shock? and what medication should I use? Levamisole right?
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    I'm not sure either because there are so many fish like this in the tank. But I think it's very old now. because I raised the first generation since many years ago and she is their offspring.
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    How to know my molly has a Internal Protozoan Infections or Intestinal Worms?

    Recommended Dosage Dr. Roy Yanong, V.M.D. recommends the following for treating fish with internal parasites susceptible to Levamisole HCL: In answer to your question, the dosage rate for levamisole in a bath is 2 mg/L (2 ppm) for 24 hours (followed by 70-100% water change, and siphon the...
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