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  1. Problem:- Hi i recently noticed my saratoga has got this lump/swollen on the side of his head between his eye and his gills. It's been like this for a couple of weeks, i doesn't seem to effect him he eats and swims around normally but i'm just concerned because it getting larger. Ph:- 6.5 Ammonia:-0 Nitrate:-5-10 Nitrite:-0 Gh:-4 Kh:-2 Size of tank:- 6x2x2 Temperature °C:-25 Been running for:-12months Filtration:-Canister/Sump/Internal Filter/Sponge:- 2700lhr canister and an 800lhr canister Fish in tank:- Saratoga, 3 peacock bass, chocolate pleco. Plants in Tank:- anubius Feeding:- What food and How often Hikari bio gold. Recent Medication Treatments:- salt in tank with water changes. Last water change:- last friday Water change every Day/Weekly/Monthly: Weekly 10-20%
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