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White worms in stool, healthy diet. Causes for symptoms?

hi, this is a bit of an awkward subject to talk about but i need to ask you an important question. just some things id like you to know. im 15 and im athletic and healthy, my diet is also generally healthy. anyway onto the problem. So i went to the toilet and took a number 2 earlier and noticed that there where many small white worms in it. can you PLEASE get back to me and tell me what these are and treatments. thanks
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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This could be worm infestation ? Thread worm ,spreds through contamination .but other worms may be there so see a doctor and get stool examined.If required some blood test may be done. Deworming may be by Albendazole 4oomg 1 tab at bed time may be repeated after 1 or 2 week. Take care of your diet and water intake. Do you take non veg food as they can hve specific infection like Tape worm.
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