If you experience any of these symptoms, you should stop your medication and see your healthcare professional immediately.
Inform your healthcare professional if:
Inform your pharmacist or doctor if you are taking any of the medications below:
This is not a complete list of all possible drug interactions with this medication. Check with your healthcare professional if you are unsure.
What else can I do to prevent malaria?
To prevent malaria, you may protect yourself against mosquito bites by:
Following these guidelines and medication does not mean that you will not get malaria. If you have a fever or experience chills between 1 week and up to 1 year after your return, you should seek medical attention. Inform the doctor that you have been to a country where malaria is common. Malaria can be effectively treated if discovered early. A delay in treatment may result in serious health problems.
Atovaquone with Progaunil (Malarone®) can be used for the treatment and prevention of Malaria. Read on for more information on
Atovaquone with Progaunil (Malarone®) and its side effects, precautions and more.
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