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Vermox (Mebendazole)
Brand Name Products
Vermox 100mg

Manufactured by Janssen-Cilag Ltd

Source Country: United Kingdom • Shipped From: United Kingdom
Prescription Required
Generic Products
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Vermox Information

Vermox is basically an anti-worm or anti-helmintic drug. This medication is used for the treatment of infections which are caused due to worms in the stomach. This generic drug mainly helps in preventing these worms from multiplying in a patient’s body. Our body may have different types of worms such as pinworm, hookworm, whipworm and roundworm. This generic drug helps in countering all of these above listed worms. It is normally prescribed for children who are above 2 years of age and in some case for adults as well. Once cheap Vermox is taken, then worms start to expel three days later from the intestines.

Vermox Side Effects and Precautions

Side effects of using Mebendazole are mainly caused when the drug is not absorbed properly into the body. It may lead to some severe side effects such as diarrhea, abdominal cramps and vomiting. Large doses of discount Vermox are given to patients suffering from elevated liver function. It should not be used for treating liver problems such as hepatitis and cysts. Reversible hematological effects like anemia can be caused by the usage of this drug.

Usage of Mebendazole may reduce the count of neutrophils which can lead to Neutropenia. Skin side effects such as skin rash and itching are also seen in some patients. Vermox can also cause allergic reactions like hives and swelling. Pregnant women are not advised to take this drug as it may lead to birth defects. It should not be taken without a prescription from your doctor.

Dosage Information for Vermox

The dosage of Vermox is the same for both children and adults. It is recommended that the tablet should be taken with food. It can be swallowed, chewed or crushed. In case of pinworm, it is recommended to take one tablet a day. In case of whipworm, roundworm or hookworm, it is recommended to take one tablet in the morning and one in the evening for three consecutive days. You can buy Vermox 100 mg from North Drug Mart.

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