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Malaria Medication
Malaria medication history:
I have previously taken the following malaria medication: Proguanil and Chloroquine taken together as above Other / Can't remember the name but travelled to: I stopped taking it before I was advised RECOMMENDATIONS TO REDUCE MALARIA RISK:
Different areas of the world require different malarial medication. You may wish to
read this prior to making decisions about which medication to take with your
healthcare professional.
Proguanil 200mgs (1 tablet daily) PALUDRINE:
Mefloquine 250mgs (1 tablet weekly) LARIUM:
Take 2-7 days before travel, throughout stay in Take 1-3 weeks before travel, throughout stay in malarial malarial area and for 4 weeks after leaving malarial area and for 4 weeks after leaving malarial area. Swallow whole with plenty of fluid, preferably after a meal. Proguanil cannot be taken if you have history of Avoid pregnancy during and for up to 3 months after porphyria, kidney impairment or psoriasis, if you are taking warfarin or hydroxchloroquine or if you are Discuss use if you suffer from heart trouble, high blood pressure, blood-clotting disorders, diabetes, if you are taking anti-histamines, or if you have had a recent oral Chloroquine300mgs (1 tablet weekly) AVOCLOR:
Take 2-7 days before travel, throughout stay in Avoid if weight is less than 5kg, if you are pregnant or malarial area and for 4 weeks after leaving malarial breast-feeding, if you have any mental health problems or Choroquine cannot be taken if you have a history of kidney or liver impairment or if you are pregnant unless Common: headache, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, otherwise advised. Long-term use of Chloroquine to be vomiting, dizziness, loss of balance, sleep disorders, Possible side effects of Proguanil or Chloroquine: Uncommon: fever, anorexia, depression, mood changes, Headache, nausea, vomiting, itching, hair anxiety, confusion, hallucination, panic attacks, discolouration or hair loss, convulsions, mood or restlessness, forgetfulness, paranoia, convulsions, behavioural changes, changes in your blood, rash, visual/hearing impairment, chest pain, palpitations, rash, mouth ulcers and transient eye problems. hair loss, rare reports of suicidal tendencies. Available over the counter at the chemist. 2-week
Private prescription only – £5 charge. 2-week course
course approx. £15.49.
from £18.
Doxycycline (1 tablet daily):
Progaunil and atovaquone 100mgs (1 tablet daily)
Take 1-2 days before travel, throughout stay in MALARONE:
malarial area and for 4 weeks after leaving malarial Take 1-2 days before travel, throughout stay in malarial area and for 7 days after leaving malarial area. Stay upright for at least half an hour after taking. Take with food at the same time each day. Repeat the May reduce effect of oral-contraception. Alcohol may dose if you vomit within 1 hour. A children’s preparation is Discuss use if you have systemic lupus erythematosus Discuss use if in a malarial area for more than 4 weeks, or (SLE), porphyria, achlorhydria, if you are taking if you are taking metaclopramide, tetracycline, rifampicin, warfarin, penicillin drugs, barbiturates, carbamazepine or phenytoin, methoxyflurae, certain retinoids, digoxin, Avoid if weight is less than 11kg, if you are pregnant or breast-feeding, unless otherwise advised. Avoid if under 12 years of age, if you are pregnant or breast-feeding unless otherwise advised, if you are Common: headache, abdominal pain, diarrhoea. allergic to tetracycline antibiotics or if you have Uncommon: Fever, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, cough, intolerance to fructose, glucose-galactose anaemia, insomnia, dizziness, breathlessness, rash or malabsorption or sucrose-isomaltase deficiency. Headache, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, anaemia, rash, flaking of skin, exaggerated sunburn, mouth ulcers, indigestion, loss of appetite, thrush or soreness and itching of the genital area, blurred vision, worsening on SLE, anaphylactic shock, Private prescription only – £5 charge. 2-week
Private prescription only – £5 charge. 2-week course
course from £27.
from £50.

Source: http://www.downingstreetsurgery.co.uk/website/H81088/files/Malaria_medication.pdf

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