HELP - BJD come back

wonderphil-reef

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Hi all,

A few weeks ago I posted about two of my torches having Brown Jelly, I removed them and put in quarantine and tried coral dips and cutting off the heads, but they died in the end. They did last almost 2 weeks.

Today I found another torch dead with the same Brown Jelly, almost two weeks after putting the other two in quarantine! This coral was perfect yesterday and gone today.

I know people say that once a coral has it that's it, but is there something I can do to prevent it? Do I need to put my UV on? Treat the water with something?


Please any help would be great
 
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If your tank parameters are on point and tank is stable and not the cause of euphyillia degradation. I would recommend using in tank Cipro treatments. This is so far the best solution for BJD.


As for individual dips.

Peroxide Dips

And

Iodine + Chemiclean + Amino Dips works well.

Keeping an eye on euphyllia flesh recession and being proactive before actual tentacles/meat damages is usually the best. Once damages exceed flesh the chances of recovery drops significantly.
 

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