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Cleanse should be supplemented by some hygiene procedures. Such as washing hands before meals or after going to the toilet, washing sheets and clothes twice a week to prevent reinfection.

All family members should cleanse their body and have the same hygiene care as an infected person to avoid infection.

Hygiene care is another important part of the cleansing as it helps prevent egg transfer.

So here are the most important precautions:

  • Wash your hands often, especially before preparing food and after defecation;
  • Do not share towels and toothbrushes;

  • Keep toothbrushes in a closed cabinet and wash them before each use;
  • Wash your hands before and after changing a diaper;
  • Don't bite your nails or put your fingers in your mouth;
  • Keep your nails short;
  • Each person should have their own bath towel;
  • Wash sheets, pajamas, and towels at least twice a week;
  • Clean the rooms, bathroom and kitchen at least once a week.

These measures must be maintained for 6 weeks to ensure that all eggs are destroyed and not passed on to another family member.

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Signs of improvement

Signs of improvement include less pain and swelling in the abdomen, less itching in the woman's anus or genitals, less nausea and vomiting, and no worms on toilet paper or stool.

Signs of deterioration

Signs that the infection is getting worse occur when a person does not take measures to cleanse thei body and include weight loss, bloating, lack of appetite, or dark stools.

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