Discharge Of Feces After Taking Worm Medicine?
In the morning, I want to ask. Is there any worm medicine. The worm will come out and be destroyed if we do? because I finished taking deworming medicine when I was in elementary school because I was afraid of worms and worms that would come out intact. So now I am afraid of taking deworming medicine. r n.
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Every child and adult who is over 1 year old is strongly recommended to take deworming once every 6 months. This is done as an effort to prevent worms that are rife in our country. Why prevention is necessary, because most people who experience worms do not show typical symptoms. Although, you can also find some symptoms when the intestinal worms are severe enough, which are marked by abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, bloating, itching around the rectum, decreased appetite, difficulty gaining weight, difficulty concentrating, and anemia (pale, weakness, dizziness).
There are many types of deworming, and each has its own way of working. Consumption of deworming medicine will generally kill worms that are nose, especially in the digestive tract and then excreted through feces. The discharge of these worms can be intact but can also be destroyed This depends on the work of your digestive tract.
You should throw away your excessive fear of consuming worm medicine. Realize that the risk you may have if you allow worms to remain in your body is much greater than your worrying about seeing worms leave your body. By being free from worms, your body will be healthier and you will be able to do more productive activities because you are free from weakness, difficulty concentrating, nausea, and various other disturbing worm symptoms.
Consult directly with the closest doctor in choosing the right deworming medicine.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah