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    Help please

    Can anyone recommend someone local to me (Winsford, Cheshire) to visit and diagnose a couple or worrying events?
    I know itís not the right way of doing things but we added some new Koi over the past few weeks. They all came from credible sources and were quarantined prior to despatch. Over the weekend one of my small Koi started clamping, first one fin but then progressed to both fins. He now mainly swims like that. Also, a couple of the new large Koi are flashing and the Hariwake is jumping straight upwards. Very happy to pay the going rate and hopefully learn how to do scrapes myself in the future.
    Thank you.



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    I believe Quality Nishikigoi are up that way, I'm sure they could help or advise.
    Sounds like you have a parasite problem, most probably flukes. You are not alone, I'm treating my fish for gill flukes at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by g mac View Post
    I believe Quality Nishikigoi are up that way, I'm sure they could help or advise.
    Sounds like you have a parasite problem, most probably flukes. You are not alone, I'm treating my fish for gill flukes at the moment.
    Would that cause clamping etc? I will try QN. Letís hope we get to the bottom of this. So frustrating 😔

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    It would, yes.
    Good luck, hope you get it sorted..
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