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|Product Use : Combantrin chocolate square are used for the treatment of pinworm / threadworm.|
|Classification : ||OTC Pharmacy Only Medicine|
(No Prescription Required)
|Manufacturer Name : Pfizer
| 1 packet of Combantrin Choc Squares ||24 doses||NZD $29.27
| 2 packets of Combantrin Choc Squares ||48 doses||NZD $57.60
| 3 packets of Combantrin Choc Squares ||72 doses||NZD $85.50
| 5 packets of Combantrin Choc Squares ||120 doses||NZD $141.00
Information - Combantrin Choc Squares
Each Combantrin chocolate square contains pyrantel embonate equivalent to 100mg pyrantel and is used for the treatment of pinworm / threadworm. One packet of 24 Combantrin chocolate squares contains enough squares to treat approximately two adults and two children.
Adults and children should take one 100mg square for every 10kg of body weight (the equivalent of 10mg of pyrantel per 1 kg of weight). This should be taken as a single dose, with fluid, after food.
||No. of Squares|
|Below 1 year
||Consult your doctor
*Approx. Age is only a guide
Each Combantrin chocolate square contains pyrantel embonate equivalent to 100mg pyrantel. Combantrin chocoloate squares are gluten free but contain lactose, sucrose, soy and artificial flavours. The chocolate squares are made from milk chocolate and therefore contain milk proteins and may contain traces of nuts.
Caution: You should not use Combantrin chocolate squares if you suffer from acute liver disease. If you are pregnant or wish to treat a child under 1 year of age then consult your doctor before beginning treatment. You should not take Combantrin adult strength tablets if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
Allergies: please check the ingredients list above.
Side effects: Side effects with Combantrin chocolate squares are rare but can include nausea or vomiting. These are usually only short term but see your doctor if symptoms persist.
Other worms: Roundworm and hookworm infections can also be treated with Combantrin chocolate squares but you should seek medical advice before beginning treatment if you suspect that you have either of these worm infections because they are often difficult to diagnose.