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Cranberry Thu 16-Oct-08 07:36:15

It's only been 3 months and we have worms again! It's always ME that finds I have it first.....yuck,yuck,yuck shock

So, am treating all the family, again, will be washing like made today however I have a problem with my 17 month, he will NOT drink the stuff given to me by the Dr, have tried mixing it with squash and milk. What am I to do? Has anyone every used the Ovex Suspension on a child under 2? I was thinking he may take that but the packet says 'not recommended'


Cranberry Thu 16-Oct-08 09:36:08

Surely someone has had this problem

DevilishDisasterArea Thu 16-Oct-08 09:37:53

we've had phases when we can't seem to be rid of the buggers. DD2 is extremely bad at taking any medicine. i've ued the chewable tablets, although not sure what age they are for. i crush them and mix with chocolate spread on a spoon.

Cranberry Thu 16-Oct-08 09:44:44

I've got two cups of juice on the go with the split dose but he's really not interested. I'll see how much I can get down him by bedtime and if not call the Dr's tomorrow. He doesn't seem to have them at the moment but I'm sure it's only a matter of time. I just don't understand how we could have gotten them again so soon?

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