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Dosage explanation
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Dosage explanation

You are making it too hard. Look at the label of your brand of Albendazole. It will tell you how many MG are in each ML.
Valbazen (Albendazole) is 113.6 mg/ml.

You need to take 400 mg twice a day. Do not confuse dosage between drugs.
400 MG divided by 113.6mg equals 3.5 ML
USE a syringe. Spoons are too confusing. A 6 or 10 ml syringe can be bought almost any grocery pharmacy. Do not take more than 400 mg twice a day. It is not needed and is potentially harmful.

If you are taking Fenbendazole NOT Albedazole at 10 MG/KG. You are 62 KG.
(135/2.2) 10 x 62 = 620 mg needed per dose. If you are using Safegaurd brand Fenbendazole liquid it is 100mg/ml. That is slightly over 6 ml dose.

If you are using the Fenbendazole horse paste use the markings on the plunger by weight.

parasite brain fog makes this all so confusing. I been there. I know I spent hours making sure my calculations were correct.
The worst thing you can do is confuse the drugs. Make absolutely certain you know what you are taking. The names all sound the same but the drugs are very different. Most important ML is a volume measure. MG is a drug concentration. THEY ARE NOT THE SAME.
Every drug has a different MG/ML. This is the most common mistake of new people.

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