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    Metronidazole to treat entamoeba is now available. Each one comes with instructions on how to mix with CGD to make Efix.

    http://www.pangeareptile.com/store/m...le-flagyl.html


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    This is great Matt! Thanks for giving us the E-fix back! It can be a lifesaver!!
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    How do you know when you need E-fix? I've never had too use it *knock on wood*

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    Geckos infected with entameoba will have strong symptoms of lethargy, lack of appetite, and generally just look bad. This is good stuff to have on hand because the quicker you treat it, the better chance of saving your gecko.

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    It is spread by contact with other reptiles or animals that are infected.

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    The containers of Metronidazole will each make 5 lbs of dry Efix.

    http://www.pangeareptile.com/store/m...le-flagyl.html



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    Thanks Matt! I'll be ordering some soon!
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    This is awesome !
    Thanks Matt !

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    I know mine is on it's way...quick question. Can this be fed to laying females? Or should I wait until they are done? Thanks!
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