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This sounds terrible but I am actually relieved to find out that my daughter is not the only one with recurring worms. I have two children one of which (the youngest at 7) has had recurring worms since the age of three. I despair everytime we get the middle of the night disturbances. I can only assume that she is being reinfected at school as my eldest daughter and us parents aren't showing any signs. We treat the whole family every time (it is beginning to cost a small fortune)and, I wonder if any of you have done this, I rotate the chemists I use so it doesn't look so bad. The problem is as she gets older she seems to get sorer especially around her 'Foo'(front bum to anyone outside the family). We haven't told her what she gets (she is the sort that would totally freak out) she just knows that it comes from not washing your hands after the loo etc. She has her own baby wipes that she uses every time she visits the loo at home, some medicated hand soap that the whole family uses after every visit, and I have suggested that she gives the school toilet a little wipe with tissue before she uses it too. Other than the obvious cleaning etc. I am at a loss. I was even beginning to wonder whether there is a new strain of worm, how mad am I?? Brilliant site and thanks for the piece of mind.
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