There are different types of treatments for parasites and worms.
Drug therapies are very effective but highly toxic.
The medication will kill adult worms but not always the eggs, so the treatment might have to be repeated.
Conventional treatments include drugs like Mebendazole, Ivermectin and Albdendazole...
Your doctor will decide which one is best for the type of infection you have.
You may take a single dose and repeat it two weeks later, or your doctor may prescribe a 5 to 14 day treatment.
You should get a new stool sample during the following month.
Treatments are often prescribed in two cycles, separated with a week off, to avoid liver diseases and toxicity.