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My fish has a white spot on each of its eyes. HELP!
« on: 30-October-2011 03:39:36 »
Hi, my pet fish recently got these strange white spots on its eyes, and it looks like a 'blur' on its eyes. At first it was just floating at the top the whole time, and now its become kind of normal except the white spots are still there (its been over a week).

And I bought this 'white spot disease medicine' which made the whole tank yellowish/greenish. I've put it twice now, and I do not see any differences. Is this the right medicine?? Someone pls tell me what to do! Thanks I appreciate it.

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Re: My fish has a white spot on each of its eyes. HELP!
« Reply #1 on: 31-October-2011 09:30:11 »
Hi Mariam,

Just to make it right, water conditioning is important to avoid such problems on your fish.  The use of anti chlorine, and appropriate levels of your aquarium water's nitrate, nitrate, ammonia and of course the temperature should be within optimal levels to address such problem. Not to mention a good filtration system must be in  good and working condition too.

For the time being, however, white spots medications maybe used but appropriate dosage should be given in appropriate interval based on the manufacturer's recommendations.  Just remember that recover phase would take within days before results can be seen. If signs persists, stop the medication, and reconsider antifungal fish remedy.

To cite further, there are various causes that results to spots on eyes of fish.  Fungus, protozoan or bacteria infections.  For example, a cottony white growth over the lens of the eyes can be caused by a fungus, thus anti fungal medications should be used instead. Another example, pupil of the eye becoming cloudy can be caused by bacteria, hence, antibacterial medications should be used. 

For other related information, please visit and talk to our Pet Care Consultants in all our PLC outlets.

Warm regards.

Eliezer M. Bauzon, DVM RN
« Last Edit: 31-October-2011 09:33:46 by Pet Care Consultant »


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Re: My fish has a white spot on each of its eyes. HELP!
« Reply #2 on: 09-August-2012 04:48:27 »

It's been a while, and amazingly my fish is just fine. Its health is perfect, but its eyes are still the same. I have tried every medicine possible and I have approached the pet consultants at the centre but nothing worked out. All medicines did nothing to help, so is it too late to help now? :(


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