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    An_246121 posted:
    m 27 yr old indian.i have problem of threadworm since childhood.i always maintain healthy living style.i eat fresh things but even then the problem of threadworm comes to me often.TREATMENT DONE:MEBENDAZOLE,ALBENDAZOLE MANY TIMES.but they didnt work.please suggest me what to do?IT HAS LOWERED MY CONFIDENCE AND I ALWAYS FEEL SCARY.PLS HELP ME .GIVE NECESSAY INFORMATION AT:nishant12a@rediffmail.com
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    I can imagine this is very upsetting!

    Treatment alone does not kill threadworm eggs - good hygiene is the only way to prevent eggs from spreading and causing another infection. Click here for more information about additional ways to avoid threadworm:

    What is strict hygiene?

    Please let your doctor know that treatment up to this point has not worked for you. There might be other meds that you can try.

    Yours in health,

    Haylen


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