Threadworms, or pinworms, are tiny worms that can infect your gut. …read moreSee less
It’s a common problem in children, with symptoms including extreme itching around the bottom and visible white threads in faeces.
Proper hand hygiene is important to prevent the spread of threadworms, but if you’ve already succumbed to the infection, we’ve got a range of threadworm treatments to help you get back to normal in no time at all.
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How do you get threadworm?
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What are the symptoms of threadworms?
What is threadworm?
Threadworm, which is also known as pinworm, is an uncomfortable condition that’s usually more common in children than adults.
It happens when your large intestine becomes infected with little, parasitic threadworms, making you feel uncomfortable and itchy.
You may not notice any symptoms right away, but if you or your child have threadworm then you may wake up more at night, or notice the worms in your poo.