If this should be in the Disease treatment forum, feel free to move it. I purchased some Panacure and Metronidazole from Dr. Frye for my Bicolors, which he had determined to be infested with worms and protozoa, and I had a couple of questions regarding the application of these drugs. I have read the instructions affixed to the packages, but I was wondering if one should be used before the other, i.e. the Metro given an hour or so before the Panacure to stimulate appetite, and possibly offset the foreign taste of the powder? Also he had mentioned that the cages should be cleaned after the drugs were given, but I had forgotted at what intervals he reccomended. Also, shold the cages be completely sterilized during cleaning? My typical cleaning procedure involves removal of the used paper towel substrate and cage furniture (pothos cuttings/cork bark) a quick rubdown of the container with a vinegar/water solution, a rinse of all items with very hot tap water, then new paper towel and replacement of the furniture. Is this sufficient? I was also wondering if it would be wise to treat my whole collection (2 jeuv. Vents, 4 adult Auratus, 2 sub adult Bicolors, 3 very young Vittatus) at once to avoid later cross contamination. Thanks for reading.