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    Default Urgent please?? 11 month old worms

    My 11 m/ I has been very unsettled for a few nights, more than usual tonight I changed his nappy and lo and behold... Worms...

    What can I do? I want to treat asap. Any advice

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    There is definitely a treatment you can give to babies but I'm not 100% sure which one it is. If you can get to a chemist they will be able to give you the right one. Or maybe give nurse on call a ring and see what they say.

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    I'm pretty sure the chemist over the counter stuff is for over 12months. You could still speak to your chemist otherwise head to the doctors.

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    Thanks I called a pharmacist who said close enough to give combantrin. Now to clean everything a million times over!

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