Buy Doxycycline for Anti-Malaria Treatment
Doxycycline, sometimes known as Vibramycin-D, is a tetracycline antibiotic that has been licensed for use as an anti-malarial. It is relatively cheap, well tolerated and effective in most areas of the world. It may cause photosensitivity and predispose to vaginal candidal infections in women.
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Doxycycline belongs to a group of medicines called tetracycline antibiotics. It may be used to treat a wide range of infections caused by bacteria, including Malaria, when chloroquine is not effective.
Do not take Doxycycline if:
|Pregnancy and Breastfeeding||
If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine as Doxycycline could harm the baby
You must tell your doctor if you are taking, have recently taken or might take other medicines, in particular:
All medication can cause side effects. We have only listed a few to be aware of. Details of all side effects, including rare side effects to be aware of, are listed in the patient information leaflet (PIL). When completing your medical questionnaire, it is very important that you answer the questions truthfully. This is to ensure your doctor has a full picture of your medical history before prescribing. List all medicines you are already taking, including non-prescription and herbal medicines.
The right anti-malarial you require will depend on where you are travelling to. Anytime Doctor also provides Malarone (atovaquone and proguanil). Other anti-malarial medicines include chloroquine (also known as Avloclor tablets or Nivaquine syrup) and proguanil (also known as Paludrine). The major disadvantage of these two medicines is that many strains of malaria are now resistant, so the drugs are no longer effective. We therefore do not offer chloroquine and proguanil alone. We also do not offer Lariam (mefloquine).
|Looking after your medicine||
Do not take medicines after the expiry date stamped on the pack. Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children.
Medicines are only intended to be used by the person they are prescribed for. Do not give your prescribed medicine to anybody else, even if they have the same symptoms as you. Medicines can be harmful if used by anybody other than the person they have been prescribed for.
Doxycycline 100mg Patient Information Leaflet
British National Formulary: doxycycline
When do I need to start taking Doxycycline for malaria prevention?
Please always read the patient information leaflet and follow the prescribing advice provided by your doctor. Usually you should start taking Doxycycline for malaria prevention 2 days before entering malaria area.
When can I stop taking Doxycycline for protection against malaria?
Again, please always follow the prescribing information provided by your doctor. Normally you need to keep taking Doxycycline until 4 weeks after leaving a malaria area.
How many Doxycycline tablets do I need per trip to protect against malaria?
Please see the following table for the usual recommendations for using Doxycycline for malaria prevention:
We can provide Doxycycline tablets for antimalarial protection for other trip durations. Please inform your doctor during your consultation.
Last reviewed & updated 25/03/2020 Authored 05/09/2010
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