Deworming Deworming


What is deworming?

Deworming is a medical process aimed at eliminating parasitic worms, also known as helminths, from the human body. These parasites can infest various parts of the body, with intestinal worms being the most common. The process typically involves administering medications known as anthelmintics or dewormers, which target and expel these parasites.

What are the common symptoms of worm infections?

Abdominal Pain

Loss of Appetite


Perianal Itching


Nausea & Vomiting

What are the impacts of worm infections on a child?

How can Worms enter in human body?

Undercooked meat

The infectious worms present in the undercooked meat get transferred into our body, wherein they get stuck to the intestinal wall, and act like parasite as they draw nutrition from our body, in order to grow and harms the body.

Vegetables / Fruits not Washed Properly

Due to poor hygienic practices related to planting, harvesting, packing, transportation, and storage, fruits and vegetables can become easily contaminated with parasites.

Contaminated water

Drinking water contaminated with eggs of parasitic worms can lead to their entry into the digestive system, causing signs and symptoms of parasitic infection.

Poor sanitation & hygiene

Inadequate sanitation and hygiene practices can facilitate the transmission of parasites from contaminated surfaces or hands to the mouth, facilitating their entry into the body.

What are the benefits of deworming?