"The bastards just won't die. I have cried and cried, my husband thinks I am dirty. They are disgusting. I have used Pin-X 4 times now and I get real sick everytime, I dread it. I have no clue where I could have picked them up at. Whe..."
I am not allowed to mention links to other web sites so I will just give the info that worked for me posted by a nurse online. If you look you can find this yourself too.
Hi Parasite Warriors ~~
I used the following protocol, with good results, for a pinworm infection:
Mebendazole (Vermox) Protocol:
1 tab, 100mg, twice daily.* Chew or grind tabs. Take ea dose w/40g fatty meal. 7 days on, 7 days off to rest the liver. Repeat for 2 or more cycles, as needed, to cure infection.
*Note: For hyperinfection cases only, increase dosage to 2 tabs, 100mg, twice daily.
If taking 500mg tabs, split ea tab into 4 doses, 125mg ea.
Mebendazole is poorly absorbed in the gut, so you must chew tab very well.
You must consume 40g fat with each dose
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