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Reese’s Pinworm Medicine

  • #1 Trusted Formula
  • Treating Pinworm Since 1986
  • Safe & Effective
  • Doctor Recommended
  • For the Entire Family (Ages 2 & Up)
  • Full Prescription Strength
  • Pyrantel Pamoate Liquid Suspension
  • Single Dose Effectiveness
  • Great Tasting
  • Available in 1oz Size or 2oz Family Pack Size

Why Choose Reese’s Pinworm Medicine?

Treating pinworms doesn’t have to break the bank. Reese’s Pinworm Medicine treats the whole family at a fraction of the cost of prescription pinworm medicines. Reese’s Pinworm Medicine costs up to 95% less than Rx.

An over-the-counter treatment for pinworm infection, Reese’s Pinworm Medicine is available online and at retailers across the US. If your family is facing pinworm infection, relief couldn’t be closer.

 Reese’s Pinworm Medicine Drug Facts:

Use

For the treatment of pinworms

Directions
  • Shake well before use
  • Read bottle label and package insert carefully before taking this medication
  • Treat the entire household unless otherwise advised.
  • Do not repeat treatment unless directed by a doctor
  • This product can be taken any time of day, with or without meals. It may be taken alone or with milk or fruit juice. Use of a laxative is not necessary prior to, during or after medication.
  • If signs of pinworms persist after treatment, consult a doctor
Weight Dosage (taken as a single dose)
Less than 25 lb. or under 2 yrs. Old Do not use unless directed by a doctor
25-37 lb ½ teaspoonful
38-62 lb 1 teaspoonful
63-87 lb 1 ½ teaspoonfuls
88-112 lb 2 teaspoonfuls
113-137 lb 2 ½ teaspoonfuls
138-162 lb 3 teaspoonfuls
163-187 lb 3 ½ teaspoonfuls
188 lb & over 4 teaspoonfuls
Warnings

Do not exceed recommended dosage

Ask a doctor before use if

  • You’re pregnant
  • Have liver disease

When using this product

abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, or dizziness sometimes occur after taking this drug. If any of these symptoms persist consult a doctor.

Keep out of reach of children.

In case of overdose get medical help or contact a poison control center right away.

Other information
  • Store between 15°-30°C (59°-86°F)
  • Each teaspoon contains 4mg of sodium
  • Caution: Do not use if imprinted seal on bottle is broken or missing.
Ingredients
  • Active ingredient (in each 1mL) Pyrantel Pamoate 144mg/mL (the equivalent of 50mg pyrantel base). Purpose- Anthelmintic
  • Inactive ingredients- banana flavor, citric acid, glycerin, lecithin, magnesium aluminum silicate, methylcellulose, povidone, simethicone, sodium benzoate, sodium citrate, sodium saccharin, sorbitol and water.

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Reese’s Pinworm Medicine is Also Stocked at Many Local Neighborhood Pharmacies.

We recommend you call your pharmacy ahead of time and ask for Reese’s Pinworm Medicine by name. In the event the pharmacy is out of stock, store personnel can usually order it from their warehouse or local drug wholesaler and have it ready for you the next day.

About Treatment with Reese’s Pinworm Medicine:

Reese’s Pinworm Medicine is administered in one dose after pinworm infection has been confirmed. Dosage is based on the individuals’ weight. Specific dosage instructions can be found within your Reese’s Pinworm Medicine box.

The medicine can take up to 72 hours to fully rid the system of pinworms. Itching is common during treatment, which is why we developed Reese’s Pinworm Itch Relief Wipes. Click here to learn more about our newest product!

How Can You Avoid Reinfection?

According to the CDC, pinworm eggs can survive on surfaces like clothing and bedding for 2 to 3 weeks. This makes it incredibly important to clean your home thoroughly after pinworm medicine has been administered. We recommend cleaning bedroom floors by vacuuming or damp mopping, washing bed linens and night clothes in hot water, and keeping toilet seats clean.

Wash hands regularly and thoroughly, trim fingernails short, and remind your children not to scratch.

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