I had a bought of food poisoning a few months ago after eating sushi. Recently, I have been having signs of a parasitic infection (white pellets in bowel movements, weight loss, fatigue, etc.) I currently don't have health insurance and can't afford to see a doctor. I read that Biltricide (Praziquantel) can eliminate the infection and it's available to buy. I want to make sure of a few things before I do, however:
1. What is the correct dosage for a 130 pound woman with no health conditions (also not taking any medications)?
2. How long do I continue to take the pills?
3. Does it contain any derivations of keflex, erythromycin, or coedine? I am allergic to all three.
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