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Old 31st May 2005   #1
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Hi I have one female adf and two males. Since 1 of the males tried to mate with the female she has been isolating herself at the top of the tank for 3 days apparently breathing air. She has never behaved like this before even though the males have tried before. She is not feeding and her body seems more swolen than usual. Can anyone advise? Paul



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Old 12th June 2005   #2
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Hi just an update. She seems to be recovering. As calcium defficiency may be a reason for her illness I added high calcium mineral water to her tank. The response was immediate so it was either this or the medication which worked.Click the image to open in full size.



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Old 2nd July 2005   #3
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Hello Paul,
more information about this you can find here: http://pipidae.net/faq_illness.php

Which dose gave you the frog?
I only know calcium for prophylaxis and not for treatment.

Bye Martin



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