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Anti-Malarial Treatments

Malaria is a serious tropical disease caused by mosquitos and is found in more than 100 countries. A single mosquito bite is all it takes. If you are travelling to countries at risk of malaria, use our Family Chemist clinician to help, choose the correct and most effective treatment.
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Anti-Malarial medicine mylan

Atovaquone/ Proguanil

Prices from £1.21 a tablet

Dual combination and easy to use, cheaper generic alternative to Malarone.

Anti-Malarial malarone

Malarone

Prices from £2.65 a tablet

Branded version of Atovaquone/Proguanil 250mg/100mg.

Anti-Malarial doxycycline capsules actavis

Doxycycline

Prices from £0.37p a tablet

As effective and cheaper antibiotic alternative to Malarone,

Anti-Malarial lariam mefloquine

Lariam (Mefloquine)

Prices from £2.56 a tablet

Convenient once-weekly treatment for malaria prevention and are effective in a number of countries around the world.

Malarone Peadiatric

Malarone Peadiatric

Prices from £0.95p a tablet

For Children Under 40kg. Most effective treatment for malaria prevention for children.

Maloff Protect

Maloff Protect (Atovaquone/ Proguanil)

Prices from £1.65 a tablet

Cheaper branded generic available over the counter. 

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Frequently asked questions

There are different antimalarials available and the type of treatment depends on where you’re going, medical history and risk of side effects. You may need to take a short trial course of antimalarial tablets before travelling to check that you don’t have any side effects so plan early. We at the Family Chemist can help you choose the most cost-effective treatment.
Some antimalarial medicines work by stopping the parasite from multiplying in your blood cells meaning the immune system can fight the infection before you develop symptoms. Others work by preventing the parasite developing in the liver so they prevent the parasite from progressing to infect red blood cells. Antimalarials are 90% effective so it is important you take additional precautionary measures and take the full course of tablets.

The time between being infected and when symptoms start is 7-18 days. If you develop a temperature, feeling hot and shivery, headaches, vomiting, muscle pains, diarrhoea, or generally feeling unwell during or after a visit a malarias area YOU MUST SEEK MEDICAL ADVICE IMMEDIATELY.

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/malaria/

If you need any help or advice, feel free to contact us at enquiries@thefamilychemist.co.uk or your GP.

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