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  • fenbendazole -

    What is fenbendazole? What effects does it have on our bodies? How do we use the drug to treat infections in the human body? It turns out that this medication is used by doctors in a variety of situations, because its mechanisms are many. Let’s take a quick look at how it works.

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    Fenbendazole is a benzimidazol carbamate that is used to treat a number of helminthic (parasitic) infections in both humans and animals. It is usually given to humans in the form of tablets or suspension.

    Summary: Fenbendazole is an anti-parasitic drug that has been shown through multiple studies to be effective against many kinds of parasites, including pinworms, hookworms, and lung worms. It works by binding with glutamate-gated chloride channels on the membranes of cells and disrupting their functions. This causes neurotransmission problems in the nervous systems of parasites, which leads to paralysis and eventual death in most cases. There are some issues of tolerability and safety with this drug, such as the risk of allergic reactions in some cases. These risks, however, appear to be outweighed by the benefits in many cases.