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Threadworm is spread when children scratch their bottom, causing the eggs to collect under the fingernails. The child then carries the worm eggs back to their mouth with their hands. The eggs can also be spread indirectly, in food, dust, or other items. The eggs can survive up to two weeks outside the body. Once your child swallows threadworm.

  • Oct 12, 2021Rotate pasture every 6 to 8 weeks and let fewer horses graze in each field. Fecal Egg Count – When the horse is showing symptoms, monitor the fecal egg count. It not only informs the owner whether a horse needs deworming or not but also the effectiveness of the deworming program.

  • Symptoms. The most common symptom you’ll notice in your child is an itchy bottom, which is usually worse at night. However, you may not always know your child has worms. Sometimes, you’ll be able to see the worms in your child’s poo, or on the toilet paper. They are typically small, thin, white worms that are between 2-13 mm long.

  • Sep 22, 2015Itching around the anus: Well, this is a giveaway. The worms reach the anus especially early in the morning and can make it irritable.


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