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Fish Tapeworm Infection - Once I take the biltricide how does my body deal with the dead worm/worms?
Posted 15 Apr 2015 by davidseditor • 1 answer
Once I take the biltricide how does my body deal with the dead worm/worms?
Posted 2 Oct 2014 by Edge1 • 1 answer
I thought that it was 20mg/kilo? This is for a one day treatment of intestinal parasites for humans.
Posted 3 Sep 2012 by odettedanielle • 2 answers
a treatment kills all living bilharzia and apparently 6 weeks later the left over eggs hatch > is this when i take 2 treatment
Posted 19 Mar 2012 by anyone567 • 1 answer
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 noticed worm like things. Coincidence. Ribbon flat but prolly 1 mm wide and an inch in length. Obvious ...
Posted 25 Sep 2009 by dwatkins83 • 1 answer
... 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 or that it could have survived? What if it has moved on to my brain or to my heart? Will the ...
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