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    Default Any creams soothe the itch of threadworms?

    Hi all. DD has threadworms. I've seen the evidence. I've given her a dose of the medicine but that doesn't stop the hideous itch right now. I'm thinking I'll put some sudocream on the area...unless anyone has a better idea? Cheers

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    Erh I feel for you guys! My kids get them occasionally since they started school it's so frustrating I find simple petroleum jelly or vasline helps relieve the itching, sure sudocream would work too

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    Thanks headoverfeet. She's sudocreamed and asleep. Hoping she stays that way!

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    Yep I used bepanthen earlier in the year on my boys and it worked better than anything else. I was thanking the gods we had a baby in the house again otherwise we wouldn't have had any nappy rash creams!

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    Thanks nomsie I'll remember that. I think there's a tube of bepanthen in the medicine box somewhere.


 

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