Sensory pits enlarged....onset HITH?

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I know this is something that is posted about frequently and I've looked thru pictures of Oscars with HITH. However I can't quite come up with an answer to whether my Oscar may be on his way to developing this condition. He has this one sensory pore that will on and off get enlarged . His other pits will mildly enlarge but never the size of the one on the right side of his face. Behaviorally the Oscar is fine. Still has a great appetite, no lateral line erosion, fecal matter is normal, the white around the eyes does concern me..... There was a period of over a month though where my water quality suffered due to me moving houses. What do you guys think? Paranoid, or something I need to address immediately.

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Suprd71 replied the topic: Sensory pits enlarged....onset HITH?

Cant access the photo. Use photobucket, copy the img code and paste into the forum thread box


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ok I think I got it this time!. And hole appeared a bit larger this morning

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DRACO replied the topic: Sensory pits enlarged....onset HITH?

nah... it remains sensory pit for me...
just keep the water in good condition..and you don't have to worry about it
as long as the fish remains active and eating....
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