Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018669/001.

Names and composition

"NICLOCIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NICLOSAMIDE.

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018669/001 NICLOCIDE NICLOSAMIDE TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 500MG

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018669/001 NICLOCIDE NICLOSAMIDE TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 500MG

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How many doses (1 tablet) of Albendazole (De-worming) tablet should one take to get rid of worms in the gut?
I recently ate some undercooked meat at a restaurant (Which I complained about to the owner) and I think I may have worms in my system but i'm not sure. I haven't experienced any of the symptoms associated with having any kind of worms so far but its better to safe than sorry. I know that I have to take... Asked by Dorthey Nevers 1 year ago.

I recently ate some undercooked meat at a restaurant (Which I complained about to the owner) and I think I may have worms in my system but i'm not sure. I haven't experienced any of the symptoms associated with having any kind of worms so far but its better to safe than sorry. I know that I have to take tablets like Albendazole or Niclocide but I was wondering what the general dosage is for these tablets. I already have the tablets in my medicine cabinet.Is just 1 tablet enough? If not how many should I take and at what intervals? P.S. I already took one a few days ago, is it sufficient? Answered by Elise Crilly 1 year ago.

you need to look up the correct dosage online for your weight and age antihelminthic drugs are usually harmless when too much is taken. Answered by Keisha Cannatella 1 year ago.

this has to be checked by your doctor for an accurate dose of the deworming tablet . Answered by Katelin Landeros 1 year ago.


How many doses (1 tablet) of Albendazole (De-worming) tablet should one take to get rid of worms in the gut?
I recently ate some undercooked meat at a restaurant (Which I complained about to the owner) and I think I may have worms in my system but i'm not sure. I haven't experienced any of the symptoms associated with having any kind of worms so far but its better to safe than sorry. I know that I have to take... Asked by Tamekia Miramon 1 year ago.

I recently ate some undercooked meat at a restaurant (Which I complained about to the owner) and I think I may have worms in my system but i'm not sure. I haven't experienced any of the symptoms associated with having any kind of worms so far but its better to safe than sorry. I know that I have to take tablets like Albendazole or Niclocide but I was wondering what the general dosage is for these tablets. I already have the tablets in my medicine cabinet.Is just 1 tablet enough? If not how many should I take and at what intervals? P.S. I already took one a few days ago, is it sufficient? Answered by Adrienne Markakis 1 year ago.

Only take 1ly 1 tablet, if u want again take only after 2 weeks, otherwise may cause to ulcer/liver based on age &weight. So 1ly 1 Answered by Cathern Schwebel 1 year ago.


What are the odds of a tapeworm doing serious damage to me?
I know for a fact that I have a tapeworm. I've been suspecting for a few months do to the extreme weight loss it has been giving me. This morning grossly enough, about 4 inches of it broke off and came out. It wasn't pleasant but ive been losing extreme weight for the last few months. I've went from... Asked by Allen Buggie 1 year ago.

I know for a fact that I have a tapeworm. I've been suspecting for a few months do to the extreme weight loss it has been giving me. This morning grossly enough, about 4 inches of it broke off and came out. It wasn't pleasant but ive been losing extreme weight for the last few months. I've went from weighing 290 pounds to 250 pounds in 3 months and it has brought down my blood pressure and cholesterol levels. So far the only thing it has done has been helpful that I know of but I also know that tapeworms can be dangerous and they need to be removed. The real question I have is what are the chances of it doing damage to me if I let it live about two more months? In two months at the rate of my weight loss I'll be around 230 pounds and my high colestrol and blood pressure should be completely gone. If there is a chance of it doing damage to me I need to know. Also I know there is always a chance but I want to know if there is a likely chance. Also curious on how they get rid of it. What kind of treatment is it? Thanks Answered by Drema Slovacek 1 year ago.

Those things will reproduce inside of you and eventually will take over your body. Niclocide tablets with plenty of water. Answered by Annalisa Poarch 1 year ago.


Pets have fleas... I feel so gross...Please help!?
My mom took in a pregnant stray cat a few months ago, and we still have 4 of the babies. However, my mom never de wormed the babies or put any flea meds on and i noticed that the cats have fleas on them now. We went out and bought frontline and im going to vacumn the entire house. I also noticed 2 fleas on my... Asked by Moriah Nurnberger 1 year ago.

My mom took in a pregnant stray cat a few months ago, and we still have 4 of the babies. However, my mom never de wormed the babies or put any flea meds on and i noticed that the cats have fleas on them now. We went out and bought frontline and im going to vacumn the entire house. I also noticed 2 fleas on my bed sheets, which really freaked me out (the cats would always climb up on my bed and sleep). Anyways, i am really concerned that i could have somehow swallowed a flea in my sleep, and if that flea was infected with tapeworm, now i could have it! i totally freak out about parasites, and now i cant stop worrying about it. Do you think i could have tapeworm now? What should i do about these fleas, i feel so gross (im itchy just thinking about it). Please help me!! Answered by Lauren Hindes 1 year ago.

You don't have tapeworm. If you're that concerned about it, go to Walgreens or any pharmacy and ask the pharmacist what you need to take to get rid of tapeworm. They have mediations for it. Online info on 'tapeworm medication for humans' has this---------- --------------------------------------... One treatment that has been in use since the early 1960s is niclosamide (Niclocide). This drug is poorly absorbed from the digestive tract and rapidly kills tapeworms upon exposure. It has been shown to be effective against Taenia species and the fish tapeworm, but treatment of the dwarf tapeworm (Hymenolepis nana) may require a more prolonged treatment schedule. Side effects reported with niclosamide are infrequent and typically mild. When present, side effects may include nausea, abdominal discomfort, vomiting, diarrhea, light-headedness, and skin rash. This medication should be taken in the morning on an empty stomach. The tablets are chewed thoroughly and swallowed with water. For young children, the tablets may be pulverized and mixed with water. Patients are allowed to eat two hours after treatment. Recommended dosage is 2 grams for adults and about half this for children. Another oral medication that has been shown to be 95% effective in the treatment of tapeworm infections associated with both Taenia and Diphyllobothrium latum species is praziquantel (Biltricide). Side effects reported for praziquantel are mild and appear to be short-lived. They include nausea, abdominal pain, itching, sore joints, and muscle pain. Answered by Clarisa Timmons 1 year ago.

the best way to get rid of the fleas are to treat the pet ( frontline is a good product to use) treat the home -- an area treatment works better than a fogger our clinic recommends Knockout area treatment it kills off the fleas and the egg, and larva ( use this to treat any are your cat lays on because that is where the fleas jump off and where the flea eggs fall off) wash your bedding, also putting a flea collar in the vacuum bag helps as well. Treat your yard if the cats go outside get a yard spray that kills fleas Don't forget to re-treat with frontline in 1 month if there are flea eggs in the carpet they will hatch in ~1 month so keep up with prevention This time of year is the worst for fleas since it is getting colder outside they come inside to keep warm... Answered by Gil Hemple 1 year ago.

make sure you take the cats to a animal hospital to make sure the fleas are gone. get sprays or some kind of wash to clean your bedsheets and basically the whole room its best if you go to the doctor to check out if you did swallow fleas, you would feel relieved after a doctor tells you. Answered by Meryl Niedzwiecki 1 year ago.


Whats the best anthelmintic drug?
whats the best anthelmintic drug for a 18 yrs old person weighing 105 lbs. and could you give some advise so that the effect of the drug would be stregthen or more effective. cz i want the best way to expel thos worms Asked by Sasha Amoruso 1 year ago.

Wherever you are, you have to get a doctor to prescribe the antihelminthic medication. Previous to that, he or she will need to identify the exact type of worm or worms that your friend has. Antihelminthic drugs are available only with a prescription and are available as liquids, tablets or capsules. Some commonly used antihelminthics include: albendazole (Albenza), mebendazole (Vermox), niclosamide (Niclocide), oxamniquine (Vansil), praziquantel (Biltricide), pyrantel (Antiminth), pyantel pamoate (Antiminth) and thiabendazole (Mintezol). Some types of parasitic infestations are rarely seen in the United States, thus, the corresponding antihelminthic drugs are not widely distributed and need to be obtained from the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) when required. Answered by Corene Schindewolf 1 year ago.

Anthelmintic Medication Answered by Lashunda Perich 1 year ago.

Stromectol is generic Ivermectin. Use with Permethrin to eliminate scabies Answered by Janene Voitier 1 year ago.

you left out ivomectrin Answered by Bo Zappone 1 year ago.


I just pooped out a thin white thing, tapeworm?
idk i pooped then hopped in the shower, after a minute i felt something in my bum and picked it outi freaked and threw it down. later i looked at it and I'm afraid it's a tapeworm it's white/ see threw ish about 2 inches long and very softI don't know what to do and i really don't... Asked by Meghann Kiner 1 year ago.

idk i pooped then hopped in the shower, after a minute i felt something in my bum and picked it out i freaked and threw it down. later i looked at it and I'm afraid it's a tapeworm it's white/ see threw ish about 2 inches long and very soft I don't know what to do and i really don't want to tell my mom or dad it would be really embarrasing if it was nothing important idk please help I'm really scared what should i do first? Answered by Mariano Mariner 1 year ago.

Tell your parents, embarrassing or not. You need to see your doctor. Have them make you an appointment. How humans get tapeworms largely has to do with the quality of foods you eat. Tapeworms are known to live in beef and pork. If you are served an undercooked portion of these meats, the tapeworm could still be surviving and make its way through your digestive system and into your intestinal walls. A tapeworm can also indirectly enter your body from reproduction. Some tapeworm species deposit dozens of larvae into the animal's muscle tissues. Again, if you are served undercooked meats, those larvae can hatch once they enter your body. Freshwater fish are another way people can get tapeworms. If raw sewage is pumped into freshwater, it can be transporting tapeworms from animal feces. That feces is consumed by crustaceans, which are then eaten by the fish. If you eat raw fish with these tapeworms, you can play host to a fish tapeworm that will rob you of B12 vitamins. Preventing tapeworms can be done by not consuming raw foods. The chances of getting a tapeworm through raw food consumption are very slight in industrious nations. Thoroughly cooking your meat or freezing it for a few days usually kills any tapeworms inside it. Getting rid of another source like fleas is also a way to prevent tapeworms. But if you believe that you are infected, a doctor may prescribe either niclocide or biltricide, which can treat more common tape worm species infections. Answered by Margo Regino 1 year ago.

Tapeworm Poop Answered by Rachell Boesch 1 year ago.

Have you swallowed skeet? sometimes that will turn your turds white, itll even stop em' up. spit next time! Answered by India Roytek 1 year ago.


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