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Mebendazole - What if I don't chew the tablet?

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pharmasight 15 Nov 2010

Chewing the tablet will help your stomach dissolve the medication.

If you don't chew it, the stomach will need more time to dissolve the tablet. For mebendazole, the extra time needed by the stomach is not clinically significant.

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