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Going to Kenya and need malaria pills

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I need to get some malaria pills. 50 of them. They are called Malarone. The cheapest I can find them is on Chemistdirect for 112.50. Jolly expensive. Does anyone know of anywhere I can get them cheape…
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I need to get some malaria pills. 50 of them. They are called Malarone. The cheapest I can find them is on Chemistdirect for 112.50. Jolly expensive. Does anyone know of anywhere I can get them cheaper???? Please?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
god thats expensive, cant you could get a injection to protect you from malaria?
just found this hope it helps : ) http://www.emoware.org/buy-doxycycline.asp
and this http://www.emoware.org/buy-malarone.asp £42
and they also seem expensive
im sure the doctor could prescribe stuff like this far cheaper
#2
you should take anti malaria tabs 12 - 14 days before going to place and then about 10 -12 days after returning also continue with them whilst there , im sure gp can prescribe you if you ask them


singer
#3
singer
you should take anti malaria tabs 12 - 14 days before going to place and then about 10 -12 days after returning also continue with them whilst there , im sure gp can prescribe you if you ask them


singer


I got mine from my gp when i went dom rep the other yr?
surely a better shout that paying all that ££?
#4
Bluearmy01
I got mine from my gp when i went dom rep the other yr?
surely a better shout that paying all that ££?


Thanks all. He wont give me an NHS script as he says they cost too much so I have a private one. I am not amused. Will try the site suggested though. Thankyou. You never let me down!!!
#5
For moderate risk areas the combination avloclor(Chloroquine) + Proguanil would suffice i should think m8 , sure they can be got from boots at about 12 pounds or so

singer
#6
As an NHS Hospital Dr, I can advise that the NHS doesnt pay for malaria prevention ( I have no idea why). If you have been given a private script yoyu need to shop around- I have done this for friends- you need to call all the local chemists asking for a quote- the cheapest was the chemist at asda!!! you are literally shopping for the same stuff!
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drdanielmacdonald
As an NHS Hospital Dr, I can advise that the NHS doesnt pay for malaria prevention ( I have no idea why). If you have been given a private script yoyu need to shop around- I have done this for friends- you need to call all the local chemists asking for a quote- the cheapest was the chemist at asda!!! you are literally shopping for the same stuff!


Thankyou. I have tried a couple of places but on your advice will ring local pharmacies in the morning. I appreciate your help!!

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