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Malaria Tablets

Anti-Malarial Medication

We carry a full range of Malaria medication to suit each individual patient’s requirements. With our ongoing 15% discount offer it makes us much cheaper compared to your big chain and high street pharmacies

Malaria TabletsPrice per Tablet after discountNumber of tablets required for a 2 weeks tripTotal Price with discountAdditional info
Malarone Tablets (Branded)£3.2523 Tablets£74.75 £63.54take one every day from two days before you travel and continue for 7 days after your return
Atovaquone/Proguanil (Generic Equivalent to Malarone)£223 Tablets£46 £39.10take one every day from two days before you travel and continue for 7 days after your return
Malarone Paediatric£1.40Dependent on weight of the childDosage will vary dependant on Childs weight
Doxycycline 100mg Capsules£0.6544 capsules£28.60 £24.31take one tablet per day from two days before you travel and continue for four weeks after your return
Lariam Tablets£4.309 Tablets£38.70 £32.90Take the 1st dose 10 days before you travel. Take the 2nd dose 3 days before you leave. Continue taking the tablets on the same day of the week throughout your stay and for 4 weeks after your return
Paludrone/Avloclor Tabletsn/a98/14£19.40 £16.49Dosage will vary dependant on age
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