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Can Albendazole Be Used to Treat Tapeworm Infections?

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  • Tapeworm infections are treatable with Albendazole tablet. It is an antiparasitic drug that works well against tapeworms and other parasitic worms. The way albendazole works is by preventing the parasite from absorbing glucose, which eventually causes it to die. It is frequently given for infections like echinococcosis,

    which is brought on by dog tapeworm larvae, and neurocysticercosis, which is brought on by pig tapeworm larvae. The particular type of tapeworm and the extent of the infection determine the length and dosage of the treatment.

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