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child pinworms

My 7 years old daughter has pinworms in her stool. For a while, she has been complaining of an itchy anus. Now we know why.
Any remedies for her? And for our family to prevent us from getting them?

She is a thumbsucker, sometimes gets dark circles under eyes, she has had lose stools for the last month or so, is very active, eats well (no sugar).

thank-you in advance!
 
  Lemifi on 2013-11-24
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Pl dont allow thumb sucking because of this dirty material goes inside the stomach .cina 30 one dose evening. Time for 7days .give her empty stomach one tomato cut into pieces and apply black pepper before eating .pl avoid extra sweet advise till cure.choclates etc.pl report because I will
 
akshaymohl 8 years ago
we are trying very hard to stop the thumb sucking!

for Cina 30, i see 2 options: 30C or 30 ck which one should I get?
 
Lemifi 8 years ago
30c only .I will advise bach flower for thumb sking .Cina is for worms and step by step I will advise.
 
akshaymohl 8 years ago
akshaymohl,

Cina taken for 1 week
Worms are gone!
no anal itching. The 2nd day she had some dead ones in her stool.

She is still sucking thumb but not as often - very habitual for her. Any thoughts?
 
Lemifi 8 years ago
pl report progress .PL inform thumb sucking habit .pl give her whitechestnut bach flower three times daily for 7 days twice daily for next 7 days and one dose daily for 15 days.
 
akshaymohl 8 years ago

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