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    I probably would not give it to egg laying females unless you suspect they are infected. Preventative or prophylactic treatment should be done in the off season prior to egg laying.

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    is this the same medication you used to sell but it was pre mixed with cgd before? I was just about to buy some of it before when you took it off the site. Ive heard a few people say they will just do a treatment once a year of the stuff thats mixed in with the cgd just to be safe. in the off season like you said of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Parks View Post
    I probably would not give it to egg laying females unless you suspect they are infected. Preventative or prophylactic treatment should be done in the off season prior to egg laying.
    Thanks, that's what I thought! I have an already gravid female, and paying on some more at the moment. The one I have is from a trusted breeder, and the ones coming are as well. So I'm thinking I'll be safe until they stop laying. I'll just treat everyone else
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    Matt I just wanted to thank you. I purchased a fairly pricey young male garg in January from someone online, and he was mysteriously losing weight. More than the usual "new place/stressful move" kind of weight loss. Especially since he still wasn't gaining weight after being with me for over two months.

    I don't think he had the best of care unfortunately, and I purchased the new Entamoeba Fix hoping it might help him out.

    Well, I'm happy to report he's gaining weight steadily now!
    I'm glad you got this stuff back in stock, it certainly saved my sanity, and possibly my gecko as well.

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