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Vermox Suspension Description
Vermox Suspension is a prescription medication used to treat gastrointestinal infections caused by hookworm (Ancylostoma duodenale), roundworm (Ascaris lumbricoides), hookworm (Necator americanus), pinworm (Enterobius vermicularis), and whipworm (Trichuris trichiura). This is given to patients 2 years old and above.
This has the generic name of mebendazole, and it is classified as an anthelmintic.
Vermox Suspension Directions
Always read the medication information leaflet before starting the treatment with this medication. Remember that you must not take any medicine without fully understanding its prescription information. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for queries on how to use this medication.
Take this oral suspension medication exactly as your doctor instructs you to. This can be given as a single dose or prescribed twice a day for three days depending on the type of worm you have. The suspension can be given with a meal or on an empty stomach. Shake the bottle well before use. When measuring the dose, use the 5mL cup that comes with the product. Administer the suspension and drink fluids afterward.
If you miss your dose, do not take it and take your next scheduled dosage at the usual time. Do not alter your dosage and frequency.
Vermox Suspension Cautions
Avoid taking this anthelmintic if you have an allergy to mebendazole and any of the inactive ingredients that the suspension contains. Always look out for signs of hypersensitivity reactions, such as hives/itchiness, skin rashes, swelling of the face & neck, swollen lymph nodes, severe dizziness, and trouble breathing. As soon as you notice any allergic reactions, call for emergency medical attention.
Inform the medical practitioner about your past medical history of anemia, liver disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other intestinal conditions. You must also discuss all the prescription and nonprescription medications, vitamins or supplements, and herbal products you are taking or you’ve taken before. These products may interact with mebendazole.
This oral medication should not be given to pediatric patients below the age of 2. This can be prescribed to the elderly, provided that it is taken with caution. Geriatric patients are more likely to experience side effects.
Whether you are pregnant or you think you might be pregnant, you must inform your doctor about your condition right away. It is unknown if this type of medication can cause harm to unborn children.
For nursing moms, the active ingredients of this suspension can pass into the breastmilk. Discuss with your doctor all the possible risks before taking this medication.
Vermox Suspension Side Effects
Common Side Effects:
- Abdominal pain
Serious Side Effects:
- Severe abdominal pain
- Easy bruising or bleeding
- Unusual fatigue
- Persistent sore throat
- Dark or pinkish urine
- Yellowish eyes and skin
If you have any of the following adverse effects or any other side effects that concern you while taking this drug, contact your doctor immediately.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Vermox Suspension used for?
Vermox Suspension (mebendazole) is a liquid medication given orally to adults and children 2 years old and up. It is used to treat intestinal worm infections. Signs of worms include stomach pain, gas, bloating, and unexplained weight loss.
Is Vermox Suspension an antibiotic?
This medication is not an antibiotic. This is classified as an anti-worm or anthelmintic. This works by preventing newly hatched worms from multiplying or growing in the body.
How quickly does Vermox Suspension work?
This oral suspension may start to work right away. However, it may take a few days for this drug to kill all the worms in the stomach. In some cases, another dose should be administered after two weeks.
Is Vermox Suspension available over the counter?
Vermox Suspension and Vermox Chewable Tablets are only available with your doctor’s prescription. This type of medication should not be dispensed over the counter.