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Pin worm disease, taken albendazole, anal itching, unable to concentrate and sleep

dear sir, im feeling from worm disease since two years .usuaally all doctors prescribe me Albendazole but i didnt find it as a solution .bcauz after taking albendazole iam not cured.then after two months ,again it will start,can u tell me an exact reason for this worm disease,i mean pin worms ,which causes anal itching hence sleeping problems , mind concentration problems,please....
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Feb 2018
Hi. Have you seen pin worms in your stool. Anal itching can be due to many problems like intestinal infection and local infection, fissure in ano and so on . It is better to get the area examined by a Surgeon to get the right diagnosis. It is difficult to get repeated pin worm infections unless you have grown nails , do not clean hands with soap or have a hutments/ dirty area nearby . Now-a-days there is combination of ivermectin with albendazole or try mebendazole if you have repeated pin-worm infestations and carry on healthy tips I mentioned.
Answered: Sat, 28 Dec 2013
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