Paludrine and Avloclor is an effective dual action malaria treatment that combats the plasmodium parasite. Using two ingredients, which work together to prevent the malaria parasite from multiplying and therefore spreading in the bloodstream, it works to prevent the infection from reaching the liver, which potentially can prove fatal. With a mild dosage formula, this treatment is most effective in regions where the malaria parasite has not yet become resistant to chloroquine.
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Paludrine & Avloclor Frequently Asked Questions
Paludrine & Avloclor can provide an effective means of protecting yourself against a malaria infection, including infections caused by the deadly plasmodium falciparum parasite, which is responsible for most malaria-related deaths. The side effects of Paludrine & Avloclor usually tend to be mild in nature.
Proguanil (Paludrine) and chloroquine (Avloclor) are normally used together, although the treatments individually can provide sufficient protection from malaria. Chloroquine works by attacking the malaria parasite once it’s entered a blood cell, thus preventing it from multiplying to a point where it is able to cause an infection. This ensures that the parasite’s numbers stay down also means that your immune system can deal with it better.
Paludrine works by preventing the parasite from duplicating itself once inside your red blood cells, by preventing an enzyme that’s important in the parasite’s reproductive system from functioning.
It is advised that you only take Paludrine & Avloclor if you are travelling to an area where the malaria parasite has not managed to build up a resistance to chloroquine. These areas include parts of North Africa, the Middle East, South America and Central America.
It’s important to mention to your doctor if you have are pregnant, breastfeeding, have kidney problem, liver problems or if you are taking any other medications, as this treatment may not be safe for you to use.
When you order Paludrine & Avloclor, you should allow enough time so that you can start treatment at least seven days before you are supposed to arrive at the malaria destination. Two Avloclor tablets need to be taken once a week, while two Paludrine tablets should be taken daily. The two Paludrine tablets need to be taken at exactly the same time each day. Treatment should be continued for at least four weeks after you’ve returned.
Paludrine & Avloclor is not likely to cause side effects, but if they do the effects are normally mild and tend to pass as your body adjusts to the active ingredients. Common side effects may include an upset stomach, mouth ulcers and headaches. Many of these could be avoided by ensuring that you only take these medications after meals.
If you experience anything serious or bothersome, it’s best to speak to a doctor straight away.
Getting everything arranged for your holiday abroad can be challenging - this is why we provide our customers with a way to order anti-malarial treatments such as Paludrine & Avloclor online. In order to help you ensure that this is the right preventative treatment to prepare you for your holiday, we ask that you complete a quick and convenient online consultation. This will be checked by our doctors and if Paludrine & Avloclor is right for you to take, your treatment will be shipped from our pharmacy for quick and discreet overnight delivery.