Mebendazole 100mg

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Mebendazole belongs to the class of medication referred to as "antihelmintic" used to prevent the growth and multiplication of worms in the body

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Mebendazole 100mg

Mebendazole 100mg Mebendazole belongs to the class of drugs referred to as “antihelmintic” used to prevent the growth and multiplication of worms in the body. Buy online
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Mebendazole

It contains mebendazole as its active ingredient and is supplied in chewable tablet containing 100 mg of mebendazole. The inactive ingredients of Mebendazole include colloidal anhydrous silica, maize starch, hydrogenated cottonseed oil, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, orange flavor, saccharin sodium, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium starch glycolate, talc, and FD&C yellow (E110).

Mebendazole Action Mechanism

Mebendazole contains mebendazole as its active ingredient, a potent formula in annihilating the existence of worm in the body. Mebendazole substance works by preventing the worm from absorbing sugar, an essential component of its survival. Without sugar (glucose), worms become weaken and will ultimately die in the process, thereby preventing its growth and multiplication.

Indications and Mode of Administration

Mebendazole (mebendazole) is indicated to patients 2 years old and above. It is an antihelmintic medicine used to treat intestinal worm infections caused by common round worms, pinworms and hookworm. It is also indicated for worm infections in other parts of the body such as trichinosis in which treatment is done in increased dosage and for long period.

The usual dosage of Mebendazole (mebendazole) for the treatment of worm infection is 100 mg twice a day (in the morning and evening) for three days. Dosage and treatment duration may however fluctuate depending on several factors such as age, weight (for children) and the severity or type of worm infection. Take the medicine exactly as directed by your physician. Mebendazole is best taken with food, especially those rich in protein or fatty diet (milk or ice cream).

Mebendazole Contraindications and Cautions

Mebendazole is contraindicated to patients who had a history of allergic reactions to mebendazole or to any of its ingredients. Mebendazole is not appropriate for use on some patients, exercise caution especially if you fall within any of the following circumstance:

  • Has Anemia
  • Has Liver disorder
  • Has Intestinal problems (crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis)
  • Pregnant. Mebendazole is classified by the FDA as category C for pregnancy. It means that it is not known whether it can harm the unborn baby.
  • Breastfeeding. It is not known whether Mebendazole passes into breast milk. Discuss with your doctor to assess the potential risk and benefits of using this medicine while you are breastfeeding.

Mebendazole Side Effects

Mebendazole is well-tolerated by the body; however as a drawback of every medicine, it may cause side effects on some patients.

Side effects to Mebendazole (mebendazole) may include stomach upset, headache, skin rash or itching, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, unusual tiered feeling and weakness. These side effects are not experienced by everybody taking the medication, at some point these side effects are only temporary and does not need medical intervention.

To avoid the occurrence of adverse body reactions, it is highly suggested to have a regular monitoring of your condition through regular checkup and laboratory test. Discuss with your Doctor, if you have concerns regarding any of these side effects.

Mebendazole Interactions:

Mebendazole may have possible interaction with other remedy. These medicamen interactions may affect the efficacy of either mwdications and may increase the occurrence of harsh side effects. Your doctor may institute a dosage adjustment or will not prescribed Mebendazole at all if you are under medication of any of the following medicines:

  • Carbamazepine
  • Cimetidine
  • Metronidazole
  • Phenytoin

This is not the complete list of medicaments that has potential interactions with Mebendazole. Inform your health care provider of your existing medication to avoid adverse reactions.

Interesting Facts

Worm infection is easily transmitted to other person. It takes at least three days after treatment before worm infection can be removed in your digestive track. Proper hygiene is highly recommended to prevent recurrence of infection or passing on the infection to other person. Exercise proper aseptic or disinfection technique by washing your hands before and after food intake; change and wash garments such as towels, bed covers, undergarments and clothes daily.

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From lisa | 2013-08-11 17:10:25

i have multiple parasites and may have also in other parts of body in addition to intestines so how long should i take mebendzole and how much per day ...not sure how much to purchase.

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The standard reccomended dosage of Mebendazole 2 tablets of 100mg daily for 3 days (totally 6 tablets). Please contact your health care provider to choose an appropriate dosage

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