Ammonia/Nitrite/Nitrate problems

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I've been paying attention to all the advice. I don't want to get my hopes up yet but I've not done a water change since Friday and these are current readings, does this suggest things are stabilising somewhat? I would be incredibly grateful if I've managed to re-cycle the tank. I've lost 2 mollies and a honey gourami. If things are stable for a couple of weeks, can I then look to get a new friend for my lonely honey gourami?
You have all made this feel so much more possible and saved me a lot of despair.
 
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I forgot to attach the readings
 

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Looks like 0 amm and 0 trItes, to me...
 

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As long as your beneficial bacteria colony can keep up with the ammonia bioload (don't overfeed, add more fish, etc), the tank should be cycled.

If you DO add more fish, do it slowly over time, and monitor params daily.
 

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