Anti Malaria Tablets

You can buy Malaria tablets such as Malarone for your trip abroad, online, with Simple Online Pharmacy. Whether you are on Safari in Africa, island hopping through Indonesia or seeing Indias' rural wonders, Malaria is a threat that should be taken seriously. Malaria is one of the world most lethal diseases, and is spread by mosquitoes, present in many tropical and subtropical countries. There is no vaccination, however malaria tablets are highly effective in preventing malaria.

You can order malaria tablets through our registered online doctor service. You will need to visit the Fit For Travel site, before completing the online consultation, to find out which anti-malarials you will need. By looking at which countries you are visiting and for how long, you will be able to decide which anti-malarials you will need, and how many.

Once you have completed the online doctor consultation, our doctor will review your assessment and prescribe the selected medication if it is approproate. Our pharmacy will then dispense and dispatch your prescription to your door.

Malaria tablets available from our online doctor include

Doxycycline | Lariam (mefloquine) | Malarone | Chloroquine

You can be sure you are receiving your medication from a trusted online pharmacy and online doctor in the UKTo read more about Malaria, you can visit the NHS choices website.

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    Malarone Tablets

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    Atovaquone/Proguanil (Malarone)

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    Doxycycline 100Mg Capsules

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    Doxycycline 100Mg Capsules

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Overview

Malaria is a disease spread by mosquitoes that can be deadly. It is vital that malaria is diagnosed and treated promptly, or it can be fatal.

You can however reduce the changes of catching malaria significantly with anti malaria tablets.

Malaria tablets help the body fight off the parasite which can causes the disease. Some mosquitoes are carriers of this parasite, and when you are bitten, it can enter your body and lead to malaria.


While tablets such as malarone provide protection against malaria, they must be taken correctly and used in combination with other measures to avoid mosquito bites in order to make sure the risk of contraction is at it’s lowest. If not taken as directed, their effectiveness is greatly reduced.

Symptoms

What are the symptoms of Malaria?

The main symptoms of malaria include;
  • fever and shivering (temperature fluctuations upto 40C)
  • malaise; headaches, flu like symptoms
  • diarrhoea
  • nausea
  • vomiting
During periods when the patients temperature drops, they often will sweat profusely. At these times, the patient may feel better, however further episodes of temperature increase, and symptom onset can occur soon afterwards. In severe cases of Malaria, severe drowsiness can come along with the above symptoms, and lead in to;
  • coma
  • hypotension
  • shock
  • organ failure (particularly liver / kidney)

FAQ

  • What is Malaria?

    Malaria is a tropical disease, which can be life threatening. It's spread through the bite of infected mosquitos, which transmit a parasite known as Plasmodium.

    It is thought Malaria is one of leading causes of death worldwide, with over 500,000 deaths per year.

  • What are malaria tablets?

    Malaria tablets, or anti-malaria tablets, are the terms used to describe the medicatoin taken to prevent malaria. Malaria tablets are recommended for anyone entering areas where malaria is prevalent. While malaria tablets do not  prevent malaria 100% of the time, it is important they are taken as a range of measure to prevent against malaria.

  • What countries do you need to take malaria tablets for?

    There are many countries where you may need to take malaria tablets when travelling. Sometimes you may only need to take the tablets if you travel to a specific area within a country.

    For a full list of countries and areas where you may need to take malaria tablets, visit http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/advice/malaria.aspx

  • Which is the best anti malaria tablets?

    The most commonly used Malaria tablet is Malarone. Though not suitable for all areas, malarone has a lower rate of side effects as some other malaria tablets, and is taken for only 7 days after travel. Some malaria tablets require for you to take the tablets for 28 days after leaving the malarial zone. Check with your doctor, pharmacist or find out at http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/advice/malaria.aspx, which malaria tablet is right for you.

  • How long do you take malaria tablets for?

    This can vary from tablet to tablet, and the duration of your stay.

    Malarone - Take 1-2 days before entering malarial zone, and continued each day, and for 7 days after leaving

    Doxycyline - Take 1-2 days before entering malarial zone, continued each day, and for 28 days after leaving

    Lariam - Take one dose one week before entering malarial zone, and continued each WEEK, and for 4 weeks after leaving malarial zone. If taking for the first time, take THREE doses at weekly intervals prior to departure.

    Chloroquine - Take one dose (= two tablets for adults) one week before entering malarial zone, and continued each WEEK, and for 4 weeks after leaving malarial zone.

  • How do you know if you have malaria?

    The main symptoms of malaria include;

    • fever and shivering (temperature fluctuations upto 40C)
    • malaise; headaches, flu like symptoms
    • diarrhoea
    • nausea
    • vomiting

     

    During periods when the patients temperature drops, they often will sweat profusely. At these times, the patient may feel better, however further episodes of temperature increase, and symptom onset can occur soon afterwards. In severe cases of Malaria, severe drowsiness can come along with the above symptoms, and lead in to;

    • coma
    • hypotension
    • shock
    • organ failure (particularly liver / kidney)

  • What is the treatment for Malaria?

    If infected with Malaria, treatment should start as soon as possible. Malaria treatment includes drugs such as Quinine, Malarone (atovaquone / proguanil hydrochloride) and Riamet. Malaria treatment is usually contined for 7-14 days.

    Contact your doctor IMMEDIATELY, if you suspect you may have contracted Malaria. 

  • Is there a vaccine for malaria?

    Yes - the world's first malaria vaccine is becoming available in 2018, in three african countries. Although the malaria vaccine is unlikely to be available in the UK for some time.

  • Is Malaria contagious?

    No. Malaria is not spread from person to person. You cannot get malaria from casual contact with someone who is infected with malaria, whether by sexual or other close contact. 

  • How do you prevent malaria?

    Malaria prevention should be approached in two main ways. If travelling to an area with mosquitoes, be sure to protect against bites, with protective clothing, and mosquito repellants and nets at night. If recommended, you should also take anti malaria tablets, such as malarone.

Atovaquone/Proguanil (Malarone)

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Doxycycline 100Mg Capsules

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6 Month Stay (212 Capsules) £32.50
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12 Week Stay (114 Capsules) £23.95
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8 Week Stay (86 Capsules) £19.45
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6 Week Stay (72 Capsules) £18.48
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5 Week Stay (65 Capsules) £17.45
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4 Week Stay (58 Capsules) £16.45
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3 Week Stay (51 Capsules) £15.45
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Chloroquine Tablets

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12 month stay (114 Tablets) £35.50
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6 month stay (62 Tablets) £21.50
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12 week stay (34 Tablets) £14.50
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8 week stay (26 Tablets) £12.50
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6 week stay (22 Tablets) £10.99
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5 week stay (20 Tablets) £9.99
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1 week stay (12 Tablets) £5.99
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Mefloquine | Lariam

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12 Week Stay (19 Tablets) £48.95
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8 Week Stay (15 Tablets) £37.50
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6 Week Stay (13 Tablets) £32.95
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5 Week Stay (12 Tablets) £30.50
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4 Week Stay (11 Tablets) £28.95
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3 Week Stay (10 Tablets) £26.95
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2 Week Stay (9 Tablets) £24.95
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