Vermox is a popular drug that is more commonly known under the generic name of Mebendazole. This product is an anti-worm ("antihelmintic") medicine that has proven its effectiveness in preventing worms from multiplying or from growing inside the patient’s organism.
Vermox is a well known anti-worm medicine that is commonly prescribed in the treatment of infections that are caused by various types of worms that include whipworm, roundworm, pinworm, and hookworm. However, this drug could also serve some other purposes that have not been listed in this guide. Ask your personal health care specialist for more information about this medicine.
Before you start a treatment with Vermox you should alert your personal health care provider if you are suffering from any other medical disorders (apart from the one that is product is supposed to treat), as you might not be allowed to use this drug or you might have to be given lower doses of this medicine. Patients who are suffering from known allergic reactions to any of Vermox’s ingredients must not start a treatment with this product. Before you use this medicine, inform your personal health care specialist if you are allergic to any other foods, dyes preservatives or other medicines.
Vermox is a category C FDA pregnancy drug. Therefore, it has not been clearly determined whether a treatment with this medicine could harm a growing fetus or not. Pregnant patients should discuss it with their personal health care specialist whether it is safe or not to start taking this drug. Patients who are following a long term treatment with this product should use an effective birth control method in order to avoid becoming pregnant during their intake of Vermox. It has not been established whether this product’s main ingredients are able to pass into the patient’s breast milk or not. Female patients who are currently nursing an infant should ask their personal health care specialist whether they may start using this drug. This medicine should not be given to a child under the age of 2 without a pediatrician’s approval. Children and elderly patients are known to be more prone to developing this drug’s side effects.
Vermox Intake Guidelines
Ask your personal health care specialist to tell you exactly how you should take your doses of Vermox. Do not deviate from any of your physician’s instructions regarding your treatment with this product. If you fail to understand some of them you should ask a nurse or a pharmacist for additional explanations. If you want to know more about this drug you should consult the medicine’s label.
Do not stop your treatment with Vermox without your physician’s approval even if you start to feel better after a few days of intake. In some cases, the disorders symptoms completely disappear even if the condition has not been completely treated. A treatment with this drug could last for more than 3 weeks, depending on the patient’s digestive system and on the worm’s susceptibility to this drug. Do not use laxatives to treat a worn infection. Keep this medicine in a place that is unlikely to be reached by either pets or children (in order to avoid unpleasant and possibly dangerous accidents such as poisoning). Store it in a cool, dry place, at the average room temperature (not in the bathroom or near the kitchen sink).
Each dose of Vermox should be accompanied by a full glass of liquid. You may crush, chew, or mix your pills with food if necessary. During your treatment with this drug you should wash your linens, clothes and towels much more often that usually. Remember that pinworm infections can be easily transmitted from one patient to another.
Your personal health care specialist (who is familiar with your personal and family medical history) is able to prescribe you an appropriate dose of Vermox. During your treatment with this product, your physician might want to change your dose of this drug (Vermox), depending on how your body responds to the treatment. Do not deviate from any of your doctor’s instructions.
If you suspect that you might be suffering from an overdose with this medicine you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Overdose with Vermox should trigger symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, and / or abdominal pain.
Vermox Missed Dose
It is important to try not to miss any of your prescribed doses of this medicine (this way, you will make sure that you will get the most beneficial effects from your treatment with it). If you happen to miss taking one of your doses of Vermox you should take it as soon as possible. If it is time for you to take another dose of this product, you should skip the one that you have missed and proceed with your regular dosing schedule. It is strictly forbidden to take double doses of Vermox without your personal physician’s approval.
Vermox Side Effects
You should immediately stop your treatment with Vermox and seek medical care as soon as possible if you develop any signs of an allergic reaction during your intake of this drug (shortness of breath; swelling of your tongue, lips, or face; throat closure; or hives). However, a treatment with this medicine could also trigger some other less severe side effects (that occur much more often) such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, or fever.
Vermox Drug Reactions
During your treatment with Vermox you should avoid taking any seizure medications such as ethotoin (Peganone), phenytoin (Dilantin), carbamazepine (Tegretol), mephenytoin (Mesantoin), and so on.
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