Help! Fin rot?

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Bruger Ginux - 06/07-2018 23:55 06/07-2018 23:55
Hey! So my friend went on holiday and left me her aquarium and gift me the fishes and plants because she wants to start over with new type of fish.
I've been taking care of it as it was for 1 month and everything was fine (except for some snail invasion because my housemates were secretly feeding my fish- so overfeeding)
3 weeks ago we bought a new and bigger aquarium + 4 Molly and 11 neons.
One of the guppy was pregnant and we moved her to the breeding tank because from our calculations she was about to give birth. 2 days later she has no tail. Boyfriend trow her out.
Now my Platy is also missing tail. He was always shy and after moving him to the new tank he stayed hidden in decorations and plants so I didn't notice how bad he is looking.
His tail got slim, he has some white things on him like half of lower body. This morning when I saw how bad he looks I rushed to the pet store to buy some medicine. Dude told me you can't buy medicine from stores anymore, but he sold me some copper sulphate and said he should be fine. After inspecting my other fishes, guppy male tails look whitish. I fear all of them are sick. What do I do?

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Administrator Sponsor ken kætbak - 07/07-2018 21:00 07/07-2018 21:00
Hi.
Do you change Some of the Water once a week?
You should change 25-50% weekly.
Fin rot is offent caused by bad Water quality, so start there :)

A pinch of regualer salt in the Water is also god.

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Bruger Ginux - 08/07-2018 07:35 08/07-2018 07:35
We change 25% of water weekly. Copper sulphate seems to be working on my guppy- their colour is back. My poor Platy is still as bad looking, fearing it's too late for him :(

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Administrator Sponsor ken kætbak - 08/07-2018 09:38 08/07-2018 09:38
Ok Great. That's good news :)
Its wery possible That your platy is too Far gone.
Perhaps the best Thing is too kill it humanly.
It Cant be Nice for neither fish or humans to look at.

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Bruger Ginux - 10/07-2018 10:52 10/07-2018 10:52
RIP Platy!
But thank you guys

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Bruger Ginux - 10/07-2018 10:52 10/07-2018 10:52
RIP Platy!
But thank you guys

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Bruger Ginux - 10/07-2018 10:52 10/07-2018 10:52
RIP Platy!
But thank you guys

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Bruger Ginux - 10/07-2018 10:52 10/07-2018 10:52
RIP Platy!
But thank you guys

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Bruger Ginux - 10/07-2018 10:52 10/07-2018 10:52
RIP Platy!
But thank you guys

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Bruger Øllegaard - 12/07-2018 10:00 12/07-2018 10:00
If you don't know what it is, you should also look in to "New tank Syndrome". You can google it.

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