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VERMOX I want to know what Vermox is. I am concerned about putting poison into my body and into my son's body... How does Vermox kill worms?


Vermox is a brand name for the drug Mebendazole an anthelmintic drug which is used to treat infestation by round, whip, thread or hook-worms.

The treatment is usually very effective and if all members of a household are treated together (usually two doses, two weeks apart) eradication should be 100%.

Its mode of action is believed to be by inhibiting absorbtion of sugars which the worms need as a food/energy source. The dead worms are then passed with bowel motions.

Side effects are usually minor, gastro-intestinal disturbance, occasional rash. Mebendazole is a known teratogen in rats and therefore should not be given to pregnant women without medical advice.


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