Bandy-Plus Suspension


Manufacturer: Mankind Pharma Ltd Salt Compositions: Ivermectin (1.5mg) + Albendazole (200mg)
Storage: Store below 30°C


Information About Bandy-Plus Suspension

Bandy-Plus Suspension is an anti-worm medication used to treat a variety of parasitic worm infestations in children, including roundworm and tapeworm infections. It works by paralyzing and preventing the worms from absorbing the body’s energy, eventually killing them.

Give your child Bandy-Plus Suspension by mouth, preferably with a fat-containing food like milk. This will aid your child’s body’s absorption of the medication. If your kid vomits within 30 minutes of taking Bandy-Plus Suspension, repeat the dose. If it is time for the next dose, do not double the dose. The length of treatment will be determined by the type of worm affected your child.

It is usually administered as a single dose. To avoid re-infection, your child’s doctor may recommend repeating this dosage after two weeks. However, some infections may necessitate giving this medicine to your youngster for a few days to weeks. In this situation, you must provide this medication for the precise number of days advised, as discontinuing it too soon may result in re-infection.

Nausea, vomiting, dizziness, headache, abdominal pain, flatulence, loss of appetite, hair fall, mild fever, and sore throat are some of the common yet temporary side effects of this medicine. In some rare cases, this medicine may cause bleeding, which is a serious side effect of this medicine. Make sure to report to your child’s doctor if these side effects persist or become bothersome, or if your child experiences bleeding.

Bandy-Plus Suspension Uses

  • Treatment of Worm infections

Bandy-Plus Suspension Benefits

In Worm Infection Treatment

Bandy-Plus Suspension is a medication cocktail that treats a variety of worm infections. It works by killing and inhibiting the growth of the worms that cause the infection. This medication usually works immediately to make you feel better. However, even if you feel better, you should continue taking it for as long as suggested, ensuring that all worms are killed and do not develop resistance.

Bandy-Plus Suspension Side Effects

  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Abdominal pain
  • Loss of appetite
  • Hair loss
  • Fever
  • Sore throat

How to Use Bandy-Plus Suspension

Take this medication at the dose and for the duration prescribed by your doctor. Before using, read the label carefully. Take it by mouth after measuring it with a measuring cup. Shake vigorously before using. Bandy-Plus Suspension should be taken on an empty stomach.


Q1. How can I tell if my child has a worm infection?

If your child complains of an itchy bottom (rectal area), trouble sitting, weariness, restless sleep owing to anal itching, and persistent stomach ache with loss of appetite or frequent indigestion, he or she may have a worm infection. Pica is another symptom of worm infection, and you may observe your child consuming inedible items such as mud. Consult your child’s doctor as soon as you notice any of these symptoms. The doctor may advise you to collect your child’s stool and blood samples on three different days for testing. The doctor will decide on treatment and prescribe medication for your child based on the reports.

Q2. When should I give Bandy-Plus Suspension to my child?

Bandy-Plus Suspension can be administered at any time of day; however, it should be given with a fat-containing food, such as milk.

Q3. How does my toddler get intestinal worms?

Soil in areas with inadequate sanitation may be polluted with worm eggs. Your toddler could become ill by playing on contaminated soil. When your child comes home from playing, instruct them to clean up with soap and water. Drinking polluted water or eating contaminated vegetables and fruits without washing or peeling can also result in transmission.


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