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How long do I dose Wunder White Spot Cure?

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Heya,

I have 10 neon tetras right now but recently added 11 more and a few of them started to show up signs of illness. I haven't been able to find a match online but there was large white/greyish patches on some of their bodies, fins a little bit grey on the end, and one looked to have the start of cotton mouth. So I have put them into quarantine and my local fish shop guy (whom I bought the fish off) told me to use white spot cure on them and hat should clear it up, it's not ich but we couldn't figure out what was wrong since they were healthy one day then like this the next.

They were in quarantine for about 2 days before I started medication just to make sure they're alright, and I started just this morning going off what the bottle says, 1mL per 20L of water. It then says to do the same the next day and on the third day do 1mL per 40L. 

My question is, do I stop after the third day? It seems like not a very long time for a course of medication but I can't find any info anywhere else. Thank you so much :)

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On 3/25/2020 at 6:18 AM, alanmin4304 said:

It seems like you have cotton mouth which is also called saddle back. What is the brand of treatment you are using and what are the active ingredients?

 

Heya, yeah I ended up switching over to Wunder Tonic after the other didn't work but I left them a few days in between just in case. I'm stuck on this one too though, Wunder make their directions painfully vague. It says to add 1ml per 20 liters which I've done, then a 25% water change and 1ml per 30 liters on day three then on day 7 do anther 25% change and add carbon to remove extra medication. But I have no idea what to do between days 3-7 :|

Sorry for the chopping and changing I had a bit of trouble getting hold of my local fish shop guy

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