Doxycycline is an effective preventative and treatment for malaria symptoms. Although it is commonly used to treat STD's it has also been proven to be effective in treating the malaria bacteria. People that are travelling abroad to areas that are deemed a malaria high risk will often be prescribed Doxycycline to prevent them from getting infected should they get bitten by an infected mosquito by stopping the infection being spread after being bitten so that you don't get malaria symptoms.
To get Doxycycline at euroClinix you will first have to fill in an online consultation form. This is to ensure the medication is right for you, especially if you have existing health problems or are taking medication that could interact. Once this has been agreed your medication will be discreetly packaged and sent to your address free of charge the next day. This will allow you to receive your medication in good time before you travel abroad.
Malaria can lay dormant in the body for days, weeks month and even up to a year which could mean it is mistaken for another problem long after you have returned home. The preventative action of Doxycycline will stop this from happening by killing the bacteria before you become symptomatic. Doxycycline works by attacking the cells of bacteria to stop them from producing protein. This will in turn stop them from being reproduced thus stopping the infection in its tracks so that it dies off. The body will then be able to rid itself of the parasitic cells naturally preventing it from getting to the liver where it is able to cause further health problems to your internal organs.
As with all medications, before you buy Doxycycline treatment for malaria you should first read through the enclosed leaflet to ensure you are taking it properly and following the comprehensive precaution advice. Below is an overview on how Doxycycline needs to be taken.
For malaria prevention you should take Doxycycline two days before you travel once daily. This should be taken at the same time each day to keep the dose consistent for an effective way to prevent malaria. This dose should be continued for 7 days unless you are advised by a medical practitioner to take for longer.
To treat malaria you should take Doxycycline 2 days before you travel as with preventative treatment. You should continue to take the medication while abroad and continue to take it each day for four weeks after you return home. Even if you do not feel unwell it is important to continue treatment to ensure that the bacteria is cleared from your body to prevent malaria symptoms from returning at a later date.
You can buy at euroClinix in packs of 48, 56 and 64 with each tablet containing 100mg of the active ingredient.
Doxycycline is prescribed over many other malaria treatments because it has a lower risk of side effects. Although a lower risk as with all medications there is still a chance that you could be affected while your body adjusts to the treatment. Common side effects include nausea, diarrhoea and headaches .
To order doxycycline safely online at euroClinix you will first need to fill in the free online consultation form. This is so that the prescribing doctor can ensure the medication is right for you. Once this has been agreed your medication will be discreetly packaged and will be delivered to your address the following day.
If you decide not to travel and save your medication for a later trip abroad you should check the expiry date before using. If you need to order further Doxycycline treatment for malaria you can use the repeat prescription service at euroClinix to do so.
Note: You must complete a short online consultation so that our doctor can ensure that the treatment is suitable for you. The above pricing should only be used as a reference. The final decision to issue this treatment lies with the prescribing doctor.
|Product name||Doxycycline Malaria|
|Active ingredient(s)||Doxycycline hyclate|
|Description||Doxycycline kan prevent and treat a malaria infection|
|Exemption||Subject to medical prescription|
|Application||Men and women over 18 with malaria infection|
|Usage||Lower daily dose over a longer period of time, depending of travel|
|Alcohol consumption||Not recommended, ask your doctor for alternatives|
|When breastfeeding||Caution is recommended, ask your doctor and read the leaflet thoroughly for each treatment|
|When pregnant||Caution is recommended, ask your doctor and read the leaflet thoroughly for each treatment|
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