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    Thread: Is this fin rot?

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      So based off the picture, is it possible to tell if the fin rot is going away?
      I just want to mention, thank you so much Rich for helping me through this. I really appreciate it.

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      I would say that it is not possible to tell if it is going away from the picture. Point in time doesn't give much information. Just as pictures of scabs don't tell you when the healing will end, or how well any treatment is progressing. Time will tell, but only time will tell.

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      Just as an update for anyone following along. These are pictures taken on 3/16 so 2 days after an iodine treatment. I was wondering what is going on with the red infection and if anyone can tell me if it's getting better or worse? Thank you! Name:  161327304_454160585903083_6236477282210825934_n.jpg
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      I am not seeing any improvement. I think that I would get some Tricide Neo, available online, and using a Q-Tip, apply some of the dry powder on the area. This is a powerful antibiotic that works very well, and used dry on small areas like this works wonders.

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