strogyloides is a unique parasite in its life cycle in that it has several difinite stages. First of all experts debate as to there are eggs at all, but that they may be directly secreted from the adult female. this rhabditform larvae may be induce the Autoinfection face whereby the form hyperinfection in the host..or the direct route to infective filaria which may exit the body to reinfect another/same host. Which literature is cotributed to the adult eradication by albendazole or ivermectin or even herbs. But what about the rhabtiform larvae, which is the key to the entire prcess and disputably causes the most damage.... I could not find any literature addressing directly the eradication of the rhabdtiform larve. Ay suggestions?