Malarone

Last Update February 8, 2016
Taken for: Malaria
atovaquone/proguanil (International Nonproprietary Name, trade name Malarone) is an antimalarial medication used in both the tre...
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eaper option since there is a generic alternative. M...
| www.healingwell.com
" ...you have great insurance. It costs me (with insurance) $1600 for 2 weeks. Ugh. Malarone is another, cheaper option since there is a generic alternative. My night sweats stopped... "

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BUT I was taking malarone (well a generic version) and...
| community.macmillan.org.uk
" ...start taking them until a week after my blood test. BUT I was taking malarone (well a generic version) and that contains Proguanil, So that could mean the test I get... "

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@Jonathan Edwards I am not familiar with Malarone and am so...
| forums.phoenixrising.me
" @Jonathan Edwards I am not familiar with Malarone and am so sorry that ...drug I suspected was Larium (generic Mefloquine) because it can cause ...military members (and others) have ended up committing... "

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hes hence why I stopped it and went back to Malarone (...
| www.healingwell.com
" ...Everyone is different on whether Malarone or Mepron is more effective. ...first. I believe the proguanil in Malrone gave me diarrhea and recurring stomach aches hence why I stopped it and went back to... "

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one a few years ago in Malaysia and had no side effects but...
| healthunlocked.com
" ...certificate for Yellow Fever? Does anyone have any experience of the generic Malarone? I have used Malarone a few years ago in Malaysia and had no side effects but I am a ...little nervous about using... "

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d name drugs, not generic. There will be a difference in h...
| www.healingwell.com
" ...cell wall drug. (Can't take Flagyl with the doxy or ...the brand name drugs, not generic. There will be a difference ...babs is outdated. Ask for malarone or mepron/zith if you can... "

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roup took Malarone, but most were on Doxy. It does list mal...
| forum.scubish.com
" ...other in the group took Malarone, but most were on Doxy. It does list malarone and lariam as alternatives on ...that page though by their generic names. The big advantage with malarone is that you... "

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f Malarone (Malarone was super expensive on my insurance)I...
| www.healingwell.com
" Elleon I am on atovaquone, which is the generic form of Malarone (Malarone was super expensive on my insurance) I take it with 500mg of azithromycin. Together they treat Babesia. The herx wasn't so... "

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choices: Mepron or Malarone (I think that's the name of th...
| www.healingwell.com
" ...me 2 choices: Mepron or Malarone (I think that's the name ...per month. Ludicrous, huh? My Dr has great faith in Mepron. (what Mikazmat named could possibly be the generic?) I still think the chances... "

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you normally take, malarone? I heard their patent expired r...
| forum.purseblog.com
" Haha I think most people are a fan of malaria tablet Which ones do you normally take, malarone? I heard their patent expired ...so there should be cheaper generic tablets on the market soon, ...shade of... "

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