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How Long Does Worm Medicine Stay In Your System


Medications for intestinal worms are usually taken for 1 to 3 days. Symptoms typically begin to improve within a few weeks.


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  • I'm told that the first lot of meds kills all the worms but not the eggs. The remaining eggs hatch out within 2 weeks which is why you take the second med dose 2 weeks after the first. The second dose kills all the worms that came from the eggs that the first dose didn't catch - but it kills them before they mature enough to start laying more eggs.

  • RA. Rajive Goel 19 May 2010. It perhaps also depends upon the complexity of the infection, it could take a day or more, however the single-dose treatment is often repeated after 2 weeks. This treats eggs that hatched since the first treatment. The doc./pharmacist after examination of the infected could be a better person to advice, hope this helps?

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