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Re: another question on flubendazole.

Your veterinarian is right, there are many anthelmintic drugs in the 
"bendazole" group, including fenbendazole (I think that is what you are 
referring to), mebendazole, albendazole, oxybendazole, and so on. I use 
flubendazole because it is a little more soluble than the others. All of 
these drugs have low solubility, but flubendazole seems to be the most 
soluble and therefore most suited for administering in the aquarium water. 
It is also available from certain supplies of aquarium-related products, as 
I mentioned earlier.


At 09:28 AM 7/26/2002 -0600, you wrote:

>Barry, any info on the difference between flubendazole and fembendazole. I
>got some Panacure from my vet. She say it is composed of fembendazole and
>that there are many "bendazoles". I tried it on my hydra and it seems to
>work.....takes more than  a day but they disapear.  Any comment?
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