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White stuff in stools, pain under armpit, no anal itching, eats more

Hello, I just find a lot of white eggs like sesame seed size and looks like wax very very white in my 2 yrs old stool .He has regular soft stool a bite hard at time in the diappers. He doesn t show any symptons like itching, waking up at night or red anus , but he eat a little bite more then usually and sometime during the day he will cry because he will be complaining of a pain under his arm peet, like he is having a cramp . I tough after a while that may be he hurt something there but then he will be fine for the rest of the day??? What is it pls?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
HI...dear malik..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
According to Ur history..,
it could be worm infestation..,
Here the infested person have perverted for peculiar taste..,
Hence he bites all, what ever he wants..,
So give single full dose of ALBENDAZOLE suspension..,
The white eggs are not related to worms..,
it could be beeds of the dress or diapers..,
Give Cobadex syrup...B.complex 2spf 3 times daily ..,

Answered: Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Dermatologist Dr. Prakash Roy's  Response
Hi How are you ? by your narrations it appears that your son is suffering with Worms infestation ,Go for Stool examination routine and microscopic ,Albendazole suspension 10 ml state may cure the case .
Answered: Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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