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Brand : Vermox Generic
Composition : Mebendazole
Vermox Generic Mebendazole, a broad-based anthelmintic, is used in the treatment of various worm diseases – Enterobiasis [Pinworm], Threadworm, Trichuriasis [Whipworm], Ascariasis [Common Roundworm], and Hookworm. Mebendazole destroys the parasitic worms in the body by blocking the glucose uptake without which these worms perish.
Besides Mebendazole which is the active ingredient in Vermox, the inactive ingredients are – anhydrous lactose NF, sodium starch glycolate, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium saccharin, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, corn starch, tetrarome orange and FD&C Yellow # 6.
We sell generic medicine. generics are brand equivalent drugs which contain the same active ingredients. Generic drugs may differ in appearance, color, packaging, shape, size.
|Vermox 100mg Tablets - Generic||Tabs||90||$27.99 US||Add to cart|
|Vermox 100mg Tablets - Generic||Tabs||30||$10.99 US||Add to cart|
|Mebendazole 100mg Paediatric Suspension (30ml Bottle) - Generic||Bottle||1||$14.99 US||Add to cart|
|Mebendazole 100mg Paediatric Suspension (30ml Bottle) - Generic||Bottles||3||$41.99 US||Add to cart|
Generic Mebendazole is used to treat various worm infections as it effectively destroys the worms in the body.
Vermox 100mg tablets are chewable; they can be swallowed, or mixed with cold food and eaten immediately.
The dosage is different for different worm infections. The recommended dose for Threadworm and Pinworm is just a single tablet from children above 2 and also for adults; while the dosage for treating Hookworm, Whipworm and Roundworm is two tablets for three days – one tablet each in the morning and evening. Perchance, if the infection reoccurs, then the treatment will have to be repeated after 3 weeks, depending upon the kind of worm infection.
Take the medicine as prescribed by your physician, who may wish to give a stronger dose or for a longer time.
Some side-effects that are likely to occur with Vormex and have been commonly reported include:
Stomach / abdominal pain
Rash or itchy rash
You should stop using this medicine and contact your doctor immediately if any of these symptoms become severe, or any other unusual symptoms occur, such as:-
Yellowing of skin / eyes
Easy bleeding / bruising
Difficulty in breathing
If Vermox overdose is suspected, vomiting and purging should be induced, or US residents can call the US national poison hotline at 1-800-222-1222. In the unlikely event of the victim collapsing or not breathing, call local emergency services at 911.
Store at a room temperature of 20oC-25oC, in a cool, dry place, away from children and pets.
There may have Vermox Interactions with some medicines which include anticonvulsants like Carbamazepine, Ethotoin, Mephenytoin, and Phenytoin. Cimetidine [medicine for ulcers] also has an interaction with Mebendazole. Check with your physician for more details.
If you have missed a dose, try to take it if there’s plenty of time for the next dose, but do not use 2 doses together. If in doubt, check with your physician.
Before starting treatment with Generic Mebendazole, inform your physician about all the medicines – prescription and OTC [including all nutritional supplements / vitamins / minerals / herbal products] you are taking. In particular, let your physician know if you have any allergies [if you are allergic to any food / medicine / preservatives / dyes]; or if you have Crohn’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis, any liver ailment, if you are anemic; or if you are a heavy drinker, use caffeine frequently, smoke, or use banned drugs.
Let your doctor know if you are pregnant, planning to have a baby, or lactating, as pregnant women are discouraged from using this drug.
This medicine is not recommended for children below 2.
Take the full course of the medicine, even if you feel better soon.
Strict hygiene should be practiced to keep another bout of infection away, by disinfecting toilets/bathrooms and laundering undergarments/linen daily.
Hands and fingernails should be washed [preferably with a disinfectant] often, especially before eating food and after using the toilet.
Wash vegetables and fruits thoroughly.
Never share your medicine with anyone else.