When last have you dewormed?
If you have made it thus far, it means that someone you know, love and care about, is suffering from a possible worm infestation.
Did you know?
Refrain from drinking unclean water – this is one of the most common ways to get parasites
Reduce your intake of raw beef, pork or fish
Wash all fruit, salads and vegetables before use and rinse all meats before preparation
Regularly deworm your pets and other animals. Try not to allow pets to sleep on your pillows, sheets or towels
Dispose of pet waste with gloves and/or a mask and avoid inhaling too close to it
Deal with mould-build up at home & try to keep your home bug-free!
Accidentally touching your dirty hands near your mouth or eyes, may cause worm infestations
Stroking infected pets or animals may cause parasitic eggs to pass from their fur to our hands, nose or mouth
Parents, seek medical treatment for infected children
Change bed linen and underwear daily for several days after treatment. Wash clothes and bed linen with warm water, killing threadworm eggs
Clean toilet seats and potties regularly
Keep children’s fingernails short