Vermox Suspension 30ml


  • Active Ingredient : Mebendazole
  • Treats threadworms & other worm infections
  • Also treats other common worm infections such as roundworm & hookworm

VERMOX is a prescription medicine used to treat adults and children 2 years of age and older with intestinal worm infections caused by pinworm, whipworm, roundworm, or hookworm.

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    Vermox Oral Suspension

    Vermox Oral Suspension contains the active ingredient called Mebendazole, which belongs to a group of medicines called anthelmintic. Mebendazole works by preventing the worms from being able to absorb sugars. These sugars are essential to their survival, therefore limiting or completely getting rid of the absorption of sugars helping deplete the energy stores of the worms. This eventually leads to the worms dying within a few days. Once dead, the worms are then removed from the body by going through the gut and into the stool. However, Vermox Oral Suspension only kills the adult worms and their eggs, so it’s important to treat the whole family. During or after the treatment it is also recommended to keep your hygiene meticulous to avoid swallowing any new eggs which can cause a new infection. For more information about threadworm and other parasitic infections, click here.

    Vermox 100mg 5ml Oral Suspension

    Like with all medicine, Vermox 100mg 5ml Oral Suspension Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Vermox 100mg 5ml Oral Suspension side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible. Below is a list of Vermox 100mg 5ml Oral Suspension Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken the Vermox 100mg 5ml Oral Suspension Mebendazole. If you notice or experience any of the following serious side effects, tell your doctor straight away. You may need immediate medical attention.
    • Sudden swelling of your face or throat. Hives, severe irritation, reddening or blistering of your skin. These may be signs of a severe allergic reaction.
    • Blistering of your skin, mouth, eyes and genitals.
    • Fits (convulsions)
    Common Side Effects
    • Stomach pain
    Uncommon Side Effects
    • Stomach discomfort
    • Diarrhoea
    • Wind
    • Feeling sick or being sick
    Rare Side Effects
    • Rash
    • Inflammation of the liver
    • Changes in liver enzymes (shown in blood tests)
    • Inflammation of the kidneys
    • Reduction in white blood cells. This may lead to more infections.
    • Unusual hair loss
    • Dizziness

    Vermox 100mg 5ml Oral Suspension Mebendazole

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    Vermox Single Dose Suspension

    Vermox Single Dose Suspension is suitable for the majority of adults and children, but a handful of people should not use it. Any doubts before taking this medication should be talked about with a doctor or pharmacist. You should not use Vermox Single Dose Suspension…
    • If you are hypersensitive (allergic) to any of the ingredients. The ingredients can be found in the patient information leaflet.
    • If you are breastfeeding.
    • If you are pregnant or think you are pregnant.
    You should also speak to your doctor or pharmacist…
    • If you have been told you have an intolerance to some sugars.
    • If you are taking other medications that could interact with Vermox Single Dose Suspension, including:
      • Metronidazole (a drug used to treat bacterial and protozoan infections) as a serious skin reaction can rarely occur.
      • Cimetidine (used to treat excess stomach acidity).

    Vermox 30ml Suspension Dosage

    The Vermox 30ml Suspension Dosage should always be taken exactly as your doctor has told you. If you’re unsure always double check with them first. Recommended Vermox 30ml Suspension Dosage for Adults & Children over 2 years old
    • For threadworms (pinworms)
      • One 5 ml measuring cup of suspension.
      • A single dose of Vermox suspension will kill threadworms. Your doctor may tell you to take a second dose after 2 weeks in case of re-infection.
    • For other common worm infections:
      • One 5 ml measuring cup of suspension two times a day (morning and evening) for three consecutive days or as directed by your doctor.
    • Vermox 30ml Suspension Dosage should not be given to children below the age of two years old.

    Vermox Suspension For Babies

    The use of Vermox Suspension for babies is not recommended and should be avoided if possible. If your baby has a suspected case of a threadworm or pinworm infection, speak to your doctor about the best way to treat it. Any medication that you can buy over the counter will also be unsuitable for children under the age of 2 years old. Only use the medication prescribed by your doctor.

    Vermox Suspension Price

    At My Pharmacy the current Vermox Suspension Price we offer:
    • Vermox Suspension 30ml, £14.99 for one with a reduced price of £11.99 each if two are purchased.
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    Vermox Suspension Dosage For Child

    The direction given by your doctor when giving Vermox Suspension Dosage for child should be followed exactly as they described. If you have given more than the recommended Vermox suspension dosage for child they should be taken to the nearest hospital casualty department. You may also need to speak to their doctor. Vermox suspension dosage for child is the same as an adults above the age of 2 years old.

    How Do I Know If Vermox Is Working?

    A common question we are asked about this product is “How do I know if Vermox is working?” With Mebendazole being the main active ingredient in Vermox Oral Suspension it may take up to a couple of days for the worms to die. Immediate relief is impossible and you may still notice worms or itching even after taking Vermox Oral Suspension. This is because Mebendazole stops the worms from feeding off of sugars (glucose), which cause the worms to die of starvation. If the symptoms you have been experiencing such as itching around the anus, disturbed sleep and loss of appetite have begun to disappear, this is more than likely the result of taking Vermox. The amount of time between taking the medication and seeing results won’t be very long and you could be rid of any worm infection within a couple of days. If you are having doubts about whether or not Vermox is working or your symptoms are persisting, you may have become re-infected. For more information about “How do I know if Vermox is working?” please speak to a pharmacist or doctor.

    How Long Does Vermox Take To Work For Pinworms?

    Another common question we are asked about Vermox Tapeworm treatment is “How long does Vermox take to work for pinworms?” Vermox should begin to work straightaway but you won’t notice until the symptoms of the infection start to die down. It’s very important to remember to take Vermox 100mg 5ml Oral Suspension Mebendazole exactly as your pharmacist or doctor tells you. Do not stop taking it early if you have been told to take doses for several days. As a precaution your doctor may advise that you take more mebendazole 2 weeks after the initial treatment. This makes sure the worms don’t come back. Other answers to common questions such as “How long does Vermox take to work for pinworms?” can be found on the NHS Mebendazole page.

    Vermox For Parasites

    For the majority of people taking one dose of Vermox For Parasites will kill any of the worms currently infecting your system and if necessary, another dose can be taken after two weeks. During and after the period of treatment, it’s important to keep up a high standard of hygiene due to chance of reinfection. This stops any eggs from spreading and reinfection a new host. Treatment isn’t for everyone though and you’ll need to see a GP only if you think any of the following applies to you:
    • You think you have threadworms and are pregnant.
    • Your child has threadworms and is under two year old.

    Vermox Tapeworm

    Vermox tapeworm is not used to treat a tapeworm infection. A different medication called Albenza is used to treat tapeworm and other worm infections that can’t be treated using Vermox. Although Vermox tapeworm won’t work, Vermox can treat infections caused by more than one of the following worms; whipworm, pinworm, roundworm and hookworm. Speak with your doctor if you have suspicions of a tapeworm infection. They’ll be able to prescribe the correct treatment instead of Vermox Tapeworm.
  • Worms

    Some types of worms can infect people. Some can be caught in the UK and others are only caught abroad.
    Most worm infections aren’t serious and can be easily treated with medicine.

    if you have: small, white worms in your poo that look like pieces of thread
    extreme itching around your anus, particularly at night
    This is probably threadworms.

    They’re common in the UK and can be treated with medicine from a pharmacy.

    See a GP if you:
    find a large worm or large piece of worm in your poo
    have a red, itchy worm-shaped rash on your skin
    have sickness, diarrhoea or a stomach ache for longer than 2 weeks
    are losing weight for no reason
    These could be symptoms of something like roundworm, hookworm or tapeworm.

    These infections are usually caught while travelling. They can take a long time to cause symptoms, so tell your GP if you have been abroad in the last 2 years.

    It doesn’t matter which type of worm you have – all worm infections are treated in a similar way.

    Treatment to get rid of worms
    You might be asked to provide a sample of poo so it can be tested for worm eggs.

    If you have worms, your GP will prescribe medicine to kill them. You take this for 1 to 3 days. The people you live with may also need to be treated.

    Any worms in your gut will eventually pass out in your poo. You may not notice this.

    To avoid becoming infected again or infecting others, it’s very important during the weeks after starting treatment to wash your hands:

    after going to the toilet
    before eating or preparing food
    regularly during the day

    Go back to your GP if your symptoms don’t get better in 2 weeks or you keep passing live worms in your poo.

    How you catch worms
    Worms are mainly spread in small bits of poo from people with a worm infection. Some are caught from food.

    You can get infected by:

    touching objects or surfaces with worm eggs on them – if someone with worms doesn’t wash their hands
    touching soil or swallowing water or food with worm eggs in it – mainly a risk in parts of the world without modern toilets or sewage systems
    walking barefoot on soil containing worms – only a risk in parts of the world without modern toilets or sewage systems
    eating raw or undercooked beef, pork or freshwater fish (like salmon or trout) containing baby worms – more common in parts of the world with poor food hygiene standards
    You can catch some worms from pets, but this is rare.

    How to prevent worm infections

    wash your hands before eating or preparing food, and after touching soil or using the toilet
    only drink bottled or boiled water in high-risk areas (places without modern toilets or sewage systems)
    deworm pet dogs and cats regularly
    dispose of dog and cat poo in a bin as soon as possible
    thoroughly wash garden-grown fruit and vegetables
    do not let children play in areas where there’s a lot of dog or cat poo
    do not eat raw fruit and vegetables in high-risk areas
    do not walk barefoot in high-risk areas
    do not eat raw or undercooked pork, beef or freshwater fish

  • Side Effects

    Like all medicines, Vermox can cause side effects, although not every body gets them. Stop taking Vermox and contact your doctor at once if you notice signs of:

    Common side effects of Vermox (mebendazole) include:

    – Stomach/abdominal pain,
    – Vomiting,
    – Diarrhea,
    – Fever,
    – Headache,
    – Dizziness, or
    – Drowsiness.

    If you notice any side effects, they get worse, or if you notice any not listed, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.

  • Further Information

    For the patient information leaflet.