Hi Dawood. Thanks for posting your query.
E vermicularis is an obligate parasite; humans are the only natural host.
Patients with enterobiasis are often asymptomatic. Worms may be incidentally discovered when they are seen in the perineal region.
If patients are symptomatic, pruritus ani and pruritus vulvae
are common presenting symptoms.
may be a symptom in children with pinworms
are recommended as first-line treatment of pinworms. A second dose given 2 weeks after the initial dose helps prevent reoccurrences from reinfection.
Symptomatic relief of pruritus can be obtained by applying an antipruritic ointment or cream topically to the affected (usually perianal) region
Hope this answers your query.
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