If you experience any of these symptoms, you should stop your medication and see your healthcare professional immediately.
You must ask your doctor or pharmacist if this medication is suitable for the region that you are travelling to as chloroquine resistance may be widespread for some geographic areas.
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.
Chloroquine can be used for the treatment and prevention of Malaria.
Read on for more information on the uses of
Chloroquine and its side effects, precautions before this taking this medicine, dosage instructions, and more.
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