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Vermisol Syrup 10ml

10ml Syrup in Bottle
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Vermisol 50 MG Description

Vermisol Syrup is used in the treatment of different types of worm infestations in children. It contains levamisole as its active ingredient, which belongs to the antihelminthic group of medicines.

Levamisole acts against the parasitic worms by suppressing the enzymes in their muscles. This action weakens the reproductive capacity of the worms and stops their multiplication. Eventually, the worms get killed and expelled from the body. It also acts as an immunity stimulant and has been used in combination with other medicines in the treatment of colon cancer and infections. It has also been found to be useful in the treatment of some skin conditions. Side effects of Vermisol Syrup include headache, vomiting, weakness, mouth sores and stomach pain. Vermisol Syrup is advised for children in a single dose formulation. It is usually repeated after a gap of a few days to eliminate the worms completely from the body and avoid regrowth of the worms. Overdosage or misuse of Vermisol may lead to consequences like severe deficiency of infection-fighting cells in the blood, anxiety, hot flushes, low blood pressure and loss of consciousness.


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ContainsLevamisole(50.0 Mg)
Uses Worm infestations, colon cancer.
Side effectsHeadache, Stomach pain, Vomiting, Mouth ulcers.
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Uses of Vermisol 50 MG

  • As per CDSCO, Vermisol syrup is used in:
  • Treatment of worm infections of different types, including roundworms, stomach worms, lungworms, barber’s pole worms and wireworm
  • Treatment of liver infection by fluke worms

Contraindications of Vermisol 50 MG

  • If you are allergic to levamisole, the active ingredient in Vermisol Syrup.
  • If you have kidney disease
  • If you have a joint problem
  • If you have a blood disorder
  • If you are pregnant
  • If you are breastfeeding

Side effects of Vermisol 50 MG

  • Weakness
  • Headache
  • Change of taste
  • Feeling sick
  • Vomiting
  • Chills
  • Rashes
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • Black coloured stools

Precautions and Warnings of Vermisol 50 MG



Can I take Vermisol Syrup during pregnancy?
There is a possibility of harmful effects of Vermisol on the unborn baby if the mother has taken it during pregnancy. So, it should be avoided. Please consult your doctor.

Breast Feeding

Can I take Vermisol Syrup while breastfeeding?
Vermisol Syrup is not recommended during breastfeeding, according to the World Health Organisation. It is better to avoid taking this medicine while breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor


Can I drive if I have consumed Vermisol Syrup?
Vermisol Syrup exhibits side effects such as vomiting, headache, weakness or feeling sick. You should avoid driving till you are sure that the side effects of Vermisol Syrup have subsided.


Can I consume alcohol with Vermisol Syrup?
Vermisol Syrup may cause severe toxic effects with alcohol. You should avoid taking alcohol with Vermisol Syrup as you may experience more headaches, vomiting, shakiness, hot flushes, fast heartbeat, rapid breathing, and low blood pressure.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • If you have joint problems
  • If you have kidney or liver disease
  • If you have any blood disorders
  • If you have dry mouth and eyes in a condition called Sjogren syndrome

Mode of Action of Vermisol 50 MG

How Does It Work?

Vermisol Syrup has levamisole as its active ingredient. It binds to the enzymes in the muscles of the worms and makes them weak and paralysed. This interferes with the worm’s capacity to reproduce and...
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Directions for Use of Vermisol 50 MG

  • Vermisol Syrup is to be taken orally in the dose as advised by the doctor. Doctors usually repeat the dose after a gap of some days to complete the treatment.
  • Vermisol Syrup should preferably be taken with food to avoid vomiting and upset stomach.
  • You should follow the instructions of the doctor about the time and dose of Vermisol Syrup.

Interactions of Vermisol 50 MG

Interactions with other medicines

  • To avoid side effects associated with medicine interaction, it is important to inform the doctor about all medicines and health supplements you are currently taking.
  • Vermisol Syrup is known to interact with the following medicines:
  • Medicines used in the treatment of parasitic infections, such as ivermectin, get enhanced in their action when used with Vermisol Syrup.
  • Medicines used in the treatment of worms, such as albendazole, get less effective with Vermisol Syrup.
  • Medicines used in the treatment of worm infestations like pyrantel increase the toxic effects of Vermisol Syrup.
  • Medicines used in the treatment of seizures, such as phenytoin, get more toxic with Vermisol Syrup.

Interactions with food items

  • There are no known adverse interactions of food with Vermisol Syrup. You can continue having your usual food unless your doctor suggests otherwise.

Storage and disposal of Vermisol 50 MG

Vermisol Syrup should be stored at room temperature up to 300 C. The bottle should not be kept near heat and sunlight. Vermisol Syrup should be kept away from children to avoid any accidental consumpt...
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Dosage of Vermisol 50 MG


The symptoms of an overdose of Vermisol Syrup include vomiting, stomach pain, fits, shakiness, fast breathing, excitement, excessive salivation, watery eyes, decreased blood cells, bleeding, infection...
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Missed a Dose

Take Vermisol Syrup in the dose as prescribed by the doctor. Usually, Vermisol Syrup is given in a single dose. The doses are repeated after a gap of a few days to expel the worms completely from the ...
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Dr. Tulika Singh



Dr. Jagruti Jain

M.B.B.S., M.D., D.N.B., General Medicine

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: Is Vermisol Syrup a safe medicine for my child?

A: Yes. Vermisol Syrup is safe and effective for the treatment of worm infections in children. You should follow the suggestions given by the doctor about the timing, dose, and method of giving the medicine to the child.

Q: What are ways of finding out that the child has a worm infection?

A: The child may show certain signs if there is a worm infestation. The child may have itching in and around the anal area, loss of weight, pallor, weakness, stomach upset and irritability. Doctors advise stool and blood tests to check for worm infestation. Depending upon the examination and test reports, the doctors advise treatment.

Q: Why do worm infections occur?

A: Children and adults get infected with worms through water or food contaminated with worms or their eggs. This could be due to a lack of hand hygiene or not washing vegetables and fruit properly before consuming. Children may get worm infection while playing in the soil contaminated with eggs of the worms and not washing hands well afterwards. Not washing hands properly after the poop can cause worm infections.

Q: Are there ways that can help me protect my child from infections by worms?

A: Yes. There are ways you can prevent worm infestation in your child. Hand and food hygiene plays an integral part in preventing worms or their eggs from entering the stomach. The child should be helped with adequate washing of the hands after playing, using the toilet, and before eating food. The fruit and vegetables should be washed well before consumption. Check the child from putting toys or hands in the mouth. You should keep the child's fingernails clipped and clean.
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