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Anal itch, symptoms of pinworms, black specs on toilet paper. What could this be?

hi, i ve had an anal itch for a few months now along with a yeast infection . thought they were from the same thing but a fews ago I got the all clear from my obgyn but the anal itch was getting worse. After looking into it online I realized I had the tell tale symptoms of pinworms/threadworms: itching in the middle of the night, feeling of something wiggling around etc. just took a de-worm pill (scheduled to take another in two weeks) but started researching again as I ve noticed little black specs on the toilet paper. could this be another type of worm or parasite?
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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Hi,
It seems that you might be mixed worm infection.
Nothing to worry, there is broad spectrum de-worm tablet acting on mixed worm infection.
Keep your nails well cut and clean,
Wash your hands properly after touching dust, ground or gardening.
Give anti-worm treatment to your other family members as well.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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