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Fish Tapeworm Infection - Once I take the biltricide how does my body deal with the dead worm/worms?

Once I take the biltricide how does my body deal with the dead worm/worms?

Posted 15 Apr 2015 1 answer

Doctor has prescribed me 1 dose of biltricide 600mg but is it enough?

I thought that it was 20mg/kilo? This is for a one day treatment of intestinal parasites for humans.

Posted 2 Oct 2014 1 answer

Biltricide - how long after treatment do left over eggs hatch?

a treatment kills all living bilharzia and apparently 6 weeks later the left over eggs hatch > is this when i take 2 treatment

Posted 3 Sep 2012 2 answers

My dr gave me Albenza for Tapeworms but gave my uncle Biltricide. Is his better than mine?

I am terrified of my meds not working. I am terrified of passing the worm. I have heard horror stories. Oh god I'm having a panic attack. My cat had tapeworms and a week b4 she ws diagnosed I ...

Posted 19 Mar 2012 1 answer

Heterophyes heterophyes (Intestinal Fluke) - Hello, Do any of you have this parasite or experience?

... treating it? I was recently diagnosed with it and was treated with Biltricide but I am very worried that it may not be erradicated. What are the chances the worm is resistant to this medication ...

Posted 25 Sep 2009 1 answer

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