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Posted 12 Oct 2016 by • 1 answer
i would like to get some sleep and so she will stop making me get worms out of her butt
Posted 17 Apr 2017 by • 0 answers
The dose was 5ml twice daily.
Posted 11 Mar 2016 by • 3 answers
I've had scabies for over year and have suffered at trying to alleviate these things and rid them from my body and tried everything. Ivermectin 5X Permethrin 5x benzyl benzoate turpentine oil for my scalp pine tar Nustock stock and a host of stuff I bought online and essential oils. I read a ...
Posted 19 Mar 2014 by • 1 answer
I know mebendazole was previously used to treat pinworms only, you would take one tab then another at 2 weeks to treat any eggs that hatched. Pharmacists told me that mebendazole is no longer available and stromectol is the new treatment. It is taken according to persons wait and can only be taken ...
Posted 11 Jul 2014 by • 1 answer
Posted 5 Apr 2013 by • 1 answer
As it says it stops the worms getting glucose and one of my tests is a glucose one. Tablet taken this morning
Posted 4 Oct 2012 by • 1 answer
Posted 19 Nov 2011 by • 1 answer
I am allergic to all drugs containing sulfa. Whenever I take them, I develop skin reaction such as a severe rash, itching and blistering all over body including my penis which last for a month before healing. At the moment, am suffering from Ascariasis and the Doctor has prescribed Mebendazole ...
Posted 15 Nov 2010 by • 1 answer
Posted 29 May 2010 by • 1 answer
i have the ill giardia lamblia. i want to know if i can use vermox (mebendazole ) to fight the giardia lamblia?
Posted 12 Aug 2010 by • 1 answer
Posted 20 Feb 2010 by • 1 answer
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