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Malarone is a combination medication that contains two medicines: atovaquone and proguanil. It is used for the prevention and treatment of malaria caused by the bites of Anopheles mosquitoes.


What is Malarone?

Malarone is a drug that contains two medicines: atovaquone and proguanil. It is primarily used to prevent and treat malaria, a serious and fatal disease given by a certain type of mosquitos called the Anopheles mosquitoes. The parasites carrying the disease enters the body through mosquito bites and inhabit body issues including red blood cells or the liver.

Malarone is considered an antimalarials, a type of medication that is designed to prevent and treat malaria. It’s targeted towards young children and pregnant women. There are other drugs besides malarone, such as quinine sulfate, mefloquine and primaquine phosphate.


How does Malarone work?

Because Malarone is a combination medication—a type of medicine that includes two or more active components in a single drug—it’s very effective in killing P.falciparum, the parasite that brings malaria into a victim’s body. Moreover, it’s considered as the most effective antimalarial medication in circulation.


What are the advantages of using Malarone?

In using Malarone, those who have been afflicted with the disease will be given proper treatment. It kills the parasites living in the body, such as the red blood cells and the tissues found in the liver. Since it’s the most effective antimalarial medication, it’s expected that your disease will be treated accordingly. However, it’s best to pair it with primaquine which helps it complete the cure and prevent a relapse of the disease.


What are the side effects of Malarone?

Like other drugs and medications, Malarone can cause unwanted side effects for a person. However, it should be noted that not everybody experiences the same effects but they’ve been commonly reported by those undertaking the medicine. When taking Malarone, it’s important to know that’s normal or not.

Here is a list of the common side effects caused by Malarone:

  •         Nausea
  •         Diarrhea
  •         Vomiting
  •         Abdominal pain
  •         Headaches
  •         Dizziness
  •         Loss of appetite

These side effects should wane over in a few days. But if they continue to persist, then it’s important that you inform the doctor. This could be a bad sign of something else going on with your body.

There are more serious side effects that Malarone can pose, highlighted in the following:

  •         Liver problems
  •         Severe infections
  •         Anemia

Once you start showing signs of these dangerous side effects, then you should inform your doctor right away. Don’t wait for it to persist or worsen.

Malarone can also cause allergic reaction but this is extremely rare. If you experience the following:

  •         Itching
  •         Swelling of the face, throat or tongue
  •         Rashes
  •         Difficulty in breathing
  •         Severe dizziness

Then you should call emergency immediate medical attention as this can endanger your life.


What should you know before taking Malarone?

There are few things you need to do know before taking this medication. You must inform your doctor if you’re allergic to proguanil or atovaquone, which are the active components of Malarone. Additionally, you should inform the doctor if you’ve had any allergic reactions to certain medications in the past. This way, they can safely prescribe the right medicine to you without risking your health.

If you’re afflicted with current issues such as vomiting, kidney or liver problems, diarrhea, mental or mood issues and even issues, then you should inform your doctor ahead of time.

It’s been reported that Malarone can make you feel dizzy. And it gets worse if you’ve just consumed alcohol or used marijuana. If you’re under the medication, it’s best not to do strenuous activities that might harm you or anybody around you. This includes driving a vehicle, performing tasks that requires your full attention and operating machinery.

Malarone isn’t recommended when you’re pregnant. However, if you’re experiencing symptoms of malaria, then it will be necessary for you to take Malarone. There are certain risks when it comes to taking Malarone and it’s important that you know every single one of them with your doctor.

Additionally, it can be harmful for your baby when you’re breastfeeding them and you’re still under the effects of Malarone. It is not known what the effects of the medication can be to your child but it has been proven that the proguanil found in your drug can be passed down from you to your baby. Therefore, breastfeeding mothers shouldn’t take Malarone as this can put their baby at a high risk of death and other issues.


How do you use Malarone?

A set of instructions will be given to you alongside your prescription.

Unlike other drugs, Malarone should be taken with food or a milk drink containing fat. Since it’s a tablet, it should be taken by the mouth. However, it has been noted that you might vomit within an hour after taking the tablet. If this happens, make sure that you drink another tablet. But if the vomiting continues, then you should inform your doctor. As a result, he might give you another medication meant to treat malaria.

You should be warned that Malarone has a very bitter taste. It’s important to swallow the entire pill and to not chew it. Due to its taste, it can be difficult to drink it. If this is the case, then you can crush the tablet and mix it with milk.

It’s important to stick with a schedule that will help you remember when to take Malarone. If you miss out on a dose, then be sure to drink the tablet immediately. However, if you miss a dose and it’s already close to your next one, just skip the missed out dose. Never take two dosages at the same time as this can be harmful for you.

Make sure to keep Malarone stored at room temperature.


What is the right dosage of Malarone for you?

The dosage for Malarone is based on a number of factors, such as your body weight, your medical condition and what you’re using Malarone for. When it comes to this medication, 250 mg of atovaquone and 100 mg of proguanil makes up a single Malarone tablet. For people who are travelling to a Malaria-endemic place, it’s important to drink Malarone once a day or two before arriving to your destination. After you return home, it’s best to continue with the medication seven days after.

The right dosage of Malarone will be entirely up to your doctor but the usual is four tablets for the next three days.


Where can you purchase Malarone?

Malarone is available in many local pharmacies. Also present your prescription before buying one. If you’re looking for an online store, then make sure to ensure its validity first. Some virtual pharmacies also provide online consultations, which is very useful under a pandemic.

Please note: this page is only to be used as a reference of our price for this medication. If you are approved for Travel Health medication, you will be offered treatment for you and the prescriber to jointly consider. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber's.
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