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"2 of my sons goldfish have "bumps/ulcers(?) on them. The common goldfish fish has a raised bump that isn't discolored and not as worrisome (maybe a tumor?). However, the white fantail has a larger reddish protruding bumb/ulcer that is worse in appearance. I have treated the tank with Melafix/Pimafix to no avail and then tried two rounds of Lifequard. They do not appear in distress and the ammonia/ph levels are fine. It's a 29 gallon tank with a bio-wheel and I clean the tank regularly. Any suggestions/opinions would be appreciated, as I don't know what to do next. I can mail a picture to you. Thank you in advance. "
"Joanna Draper Metzger"

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