looks like 2 totally different fish. awesome job man
My fish has minimal damage, and I sure there will be no signs of it once it's gone. Thanks for sharing the info.For the HITH, it probably took at least 5 - 7 days to see some healing on the holes. I focused in on a couple specific holes (seeing as he had alot to pick from!) and I would monitor those specific holes daily to see if I could notice healing. From my experience, it takes a long time to get HITH in check...but I was dealing with an extreme case (as you can see in the photos).
Great work Carbee. I had a very similar situation with my 15" rhom. He's fully recovered from all of those ailments (fin rot, HITH, slight gill curl, etc...). After 1 year of being fully recovered, he still has some scaring that has yet to heal from the HITH. Granted, I believe my rhom's HITH may have been in a later stage than yours, but it IS still healing and will take some time.6. Although the HITH has greatly improved over the months, there are still some small pits that are healing and the tissue regeneration has left some scarring in the previously (ammonia) burnt areas and HITH areas. I am hoping that over time these areas will improve.