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VERMOX Suspension 15ml

VERMOX Suspension 15ml

  • $1650

 Customer Declaration: I agree to use strictly as directed and if symptoms persist or if I suffer any adverse effects, I will contact my Doctor or Pharmacist. This is a "Pharmacy Medicine". By ordering this product I acknowledge that I have read and understand the information regarding the product. 

VERMOX suspension contain an ingredient called Merbendazole which is highly effective against threadworms. These tablets are easy-to-take and come as banana flavoured liquid that kids love.

Just one dose once can kill threadworms. It’s dead simple! There’s no need for weighing and no messy mixing.

Why choose Vermox?

  • 5ml Metric measuring spoon of suspension ONCE
  • No weighing or dosage calculations
  • May be used from 2 years of age
Signs and Symptoms of threadworm infestation include:
  • The presence of tiny white threads around the anal region
  • Itching around the Anus and Vagina
  • Restless Sleep, grinding of teeth and irritability.

Before treating for threadworm, evidence of infestation should be present. If a household member has threadworms, then each member should be treated, children and adults.

Which worms are Vermox effective against?
Threadworms are the only common worms that infect humans in New Zealand and Australia. Rare worms such as whipworm, roundworm and hookworm are not a problem in this country.
If you suspect a rare worm infection, check with your doctor or pharmacist. If diagnosed with a rare worm infection, Vermox may be used for treatment as it is also formulated to kill whipworm, roundworm and hookworm as well as threadworm.
Active Ingredients:
Mebendazole 100mg per 5mL suspension.
Banana Flavoured
Vermox suspension also contains: Sucrose, methyl hydroxybenzoate & propyl hydroxybenzoate.

Vermox Dosage:
Children 2-12 years and Adults : One 5ml Metric measuring spoon of suspension ONCE.
Warnings: Do not use in children under 2 years. If you are pregnant, seek medical advice before using this product. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.

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