Originally Posted by Sasami
Don't add any salt at all. That will irritate him.
First fast him for a few days...there's a good chance that he just ate too much/too fast.
If he's still not feeling better in a day or two then a picture will help us figure out the problem
What size tank is he in and what kind of set-up? What are using as substrate, what are you feeding, what are your water parameters, etc.
Thank you. Okay, no salt, and no food for a couple more days. I've been looking at more pictures I could find of bloat anyhow, and it doesn't seem to be adding up. My frog's swelling seems to be more localized. I'm afraid she may have swollowed a rock, even though I tried to be careful to put ones in there that would be too large for her to do so.
Anyhow, she's in a 10-gallon glass tank at the moment with a hood and waterfall filter (not a biowheel anymore - that one splashed water all over the place). The substrate is sand with some larger rocks.
I feed her feeder fish about once every 3 weeks, which she eats over the course of a few days. I then supplement her with beef heart and/or frog brittle twice a week.
I don't do much, okay any, monitoring of the water. I treat it for chlorine/chloramine and make sure the temperature is okay. Other than that, with the properly working filter and with only 1 frog in the tank I never felt water quality should be affected. I do use stress coat to get the water started with beneficial bacteria though.
It's been a while since her last ration of feeder fish; so the last real thing she had to eat was some frog brittle - oh, 2 days ago probably.
Here are some pictures.
The set up:
The belly from the side:
The belly from the front:
Here's an older picture of her - the belly was way flatter: