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Pinworms in 9yr old (ten times)

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  • Posted By: JForest
  • September 11, 2009
  • 02:02 AM

Hello,
In the past 2-3 years (slightly less), my daughter has aquired pinworms approx. ten times:mad:. She is treated with a single dose of Vermox and they go away... a few months later, they are back:eek: I wash EVERYTHING twice! I keep my daughters nails short, send her to school with hand sanitizer, tell her not to share food or put hands in mouth etc... My daughter is the only one who gets them- my husband, myself (had them 1X as a child) and my son (7) have never suffered from any of the symptoms. ... and by now I am nearing expertise on these little #?$@@s!
My question is, should I go ahead and treat the whole family again even though we are all asymptomatic? The last thing I want is for us to build up an immunity to the Vermox:rolleyes:
I also notic my daughter does not get worms during the summer months when away from her school mates. She has only been back at school for 3 days but visited her best friend for a few days at her cottage approx 3 weeks ago. Does 3 weeks sound about right for infection to show?:confused:
Thank you in advance...if anyone can help or share a similar experience.

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  • Try garlic essential oil be carful it is very powerful and it is very stinsky external use or in suppository. You may try also to do suppository with coconut oil, wormwood, cloves, green walnut put in the freezer. colon clean is good also. Good luck
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  • Hello & thanks so much for responding to my post!I'm a bit confused as to where to put the garlic oil... externally- would that be around the anal area?Perhaps I could ask the health food store (where I'm guessing one would buy it).Thanks in advance.
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  • I have read many times that the pinworms have two week incubation period. So two weeks after you take the initial dose you should repeat the dose again. Apparently, there are eggs that can hatch 14 days later. Hope that helps.Hello,In the past 2-3 years (slightly less), my daughter has aquired pinworms approx. ten times:mad:. She is treated with a single dose of Vermox and they go away... a few months later, they are back:eek: I wash EVERYTHING twice! I keep my daughters nails short, send her to school with hand sanitizer, tell her not to share food or put hands in mouth etc... My daughter is the only one who gets them- my husband, myself (had them 1X as a child) and my son (7) have never suffered from any of the symptoms. ... and by now I am nearing expertise on these little #?$@@s!My question is, should I go ahead and treat the whole family again even though we are all asymptomatic? The last thing I want is for us to build up an immunity to the Vermox:rolleyes:I also notic my daughter does not get worms during the summer months when away from her school mates. She has only been back at school for 3 days but visited her best friend for a few days at her cottage approx 3 weeks ago. Does 3 weeks sound about right for infection to show?:confused:Thank you in advance...if anyone can help or share a similar experience.
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  • First, I have to say that I sympathize with you and your daughter. I have been aware of having pins for 6 awful months and have not been able to get rid of them yet. The information that I've read has differing opinions on so many parasites. From what I've read, it takes 5-6 weeks from infection to symptoms. I've also read that 50% of North American have pins but that most are unaware. Perhaps your daughter and you are simply more aware of the problem or she may have become allergic to them. That's what happened to me and it was excruciating! You may want to try posting on cure zone. There are 2 forums there that may be more active than this one. Not sure that this site will allow a link but here it is....http://curezone.com/forums/f.asp?f=943&p=24 you will likely have to set up an account before you can open this link. Good luck and God Bless!Hello,In the past 2-3 years (slightly less), my daughter has aquired pinworms approx. ten times:mad:. She is treated with a single dose of Vermox and they go away... a few months later, they are back:eek: I wash EVERYTHING twice! I keep my daughters nails short, send her to school with hand sanitizer, tell her not to share food or put hands in mouth etc... My daughter is the only one who gets them- my husband, myself (had them 1X as a child) and my son (7) have never suffered from any of the symptoms. ... and by now I am nearing expertise on these little #?$@@s!My question is, should I go ahead and treat the whole family again even though we are all asymptomatic? The last thing I want is for us to build up an immunity to the Vermox:rolleyes:I also notic my daughter does not get worms during the summer months when away from her school mates. She has only been back at school for 3 days but visited her best friend for a few days at her cottage approx 3 weeks ago. Does 3 weeks sound about right for infection to show?:confused:Thank you in advance...if anyone can help or share a similar experience.
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