... results but I can see them and they ARE worms. Treated with vermox and reinfected after about 2-3 weeks. Any advice on identifying? Med seemed to work. Now have Albenza
Intestinal Nematodes - Worms small but visible naked eye. Ova and parsite test showed noegative?
Added 10 Oct 2011:
I was on a course of Vernox for 6 weeks, 3 tablets. This time I have some albenza. Know anything about that? Did thorough washing during and after treatment but think I was re-exposed DURING treatment. How could a test be wrong?
sounds like it might be pin worms and the eggs may hatch 2 to 3 weeks later, that is one reason you need to re-treat 2 weeks later. The other is simply they are highly contagious, and you can NOT see their eggs, you can inhales them by accident very easily. They are extremely common in the south where I live. Patti
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