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Re: White stringy worms in bowel movement
 
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Re: White stringy worms in bowel movement


I have looked "Fugacar" or "Benda,Vermox Fugacar" up on the internet.
It is used to treat roundworm, hookworm, pinworm, whipworm, and other worm infections.

This medication is sometimes prescribed for other uses. Also you can buy it off the internet: 30 500mg tablets for $46.00. (I just put that in for the benefit of other readers, I know you know all of this already as you have the tablets). I like that it can be used as a one time treatment or twice a day in the morning and evening. It also says the treatment may have to be treated in 2-3 weeks.
Side effects: Diarrhea, stomach pain - If these symptoms occur advise doctor.

Also, the doctor or pharmacist should be advised as to prescription and non prescription medications and vitamins you are taking.

If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant or breast feeding definitely tell you doctor.

This medicine sure seems like it is working for you. And is good to keep in mind if the other methods are too slow or may not be working for individuals.
 

 
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