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Malarone & Generic Malarone

£41.99£799.00

The active ingredients of Atovaquone and Profuanil are used in both the Branded Malarone and the Generic Malarone which is an unbranded prophylactic medicine.  Generic medications are chemically identical to their branded counterparts and are therefore exactly the same but cheaper.

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Malarone & Generic Malarone

£41.99–£799.00

The active ingredients of Atovaquone and Profuanil are used in both the Branded Malarone and the Generic Malarone which is an unbranded prophylactic medicine.  Generic medications are chemically identical to their branded counterparts and are therefore exactly the same but cheaper.

 

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The Choice: Branded Product – Malarone or Generic Malaria Prophylactic

The active ingredients of Atovaquone and Profuanil are used in both the Branded Malarone and the Generic Malarone which is an unbranded prophylactic medicine.  Generic medications are chemically identical to their branded counterparts and are therefore exactly the same but cheaper in price.

 

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is the UK governing body that regulates prescribed drugs and medications, the principal aim of the Agency is to safeguard the public’s health and to protect the public in regard to prescribed drugs and medications

 

All generic medications undergo testing to compare them to the branded medications by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) from the initial development stage until final production to ensure they have the same components and quality as the branded products.

 

Daily Dose: Taking Malarone and Genetic Malarone should be taken at the same time each day with food. It is recommended by experts that the medication is taken with a dairy product and not on an empty stomach.

 

When to Take it: Prior to entering a malaria zone, follow the medication instructions and take the prescribed dosage of Malarone at least 1 to 2 days before entering any infected area, and keep taking the prescribed dosage for at least 1 week after you leave.

 

How does Generic Malarone work?

Malarone and Generic Malarone contain two active ingredients, atovaquone, and proguanil hydrochloride,

Malaria is a blood infection caused by parasites called Plasmodium Falciparum . Malaria is spread when you have been bitten by an infected mosquito; the mosquito bite passes the malaria into the bloodstream and the parasites then reproduces. Malarone and Generic Malarone prevent malaria by killing the parasites in the body that cause the disease.

 

 

 

Additional Information

Choose Generic or Branded

Branded Malarone, Generic Malarone

Quantity

1 Week (16 tablets), 10 Days (19 tablets), 10 Week (79 tablets), 12 Months, 12 Week (93 tablets), 2 Week (23 tablets), 3 Week (30 tablets), 4 Week (37 tablets), 6 Month (193 tablets), 6 Week (51 tablets), 8 Week (65 tablets)

Side Effects

Generic Malarone, when compared to other malarial prophylactics and cures, offers up few severe side effects. Mild loss of appetite, abdominal pain, nausea, headaches, dizziness, and diarrhoea, rashes, irritating cough, mouth ulcers and sleep deprivation are sometimes experienced, but they are not pronounced or long lasting.

Malarone- Branded version has the following known side effects:

 

  • Abdominal pain
  • Rashes
  • Nausea
  • Anorexia
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Coughing
  • Diarrhoea
  • Mouth Ulcers
  • Sleep Pattern Changes
  • How Does the Drug Work

 

Malarone, in generic form, or branded version, can prevent malaria because it kills the parasites. It is one of the preferred drugs available as a cure for malaria sufferers.

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