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Antimalarial Treatment

Quick easy access to a prescription for Antimalarial treatment. Simple, fast and discreet service with complete clinical safety

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Issued 2400+ prescriptions
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Issued 2400+ prescriptions

Our reviews

"A very quick, efficient and professional service. Prescription was emailed to my local pharmacy within minutes. Also 50% cheaper than visiting a local GP."
By Cassie
Mar 1, 2023

How it Works

Get access to prescription treatment in three simple steps

Complete Questionnaire

Answer about your medical history, symptoms and any medications you are currently taking.

Review by a Doctor

Your questionnaire will be viewed by one of our GP’s to ensure it is clinically suitable for you.

Eletronic Prescription

When your request is approved by our clinical team, we will send you a confirmation email with information on your prescription collection.

The medication we provide

We issue prescriptions for generic name medicines to ensure maximum availability of treatments. Please check your dispensed prescription before leaving the Pharmacy as no changes can be made after that point.

Is this service for me?

Our prescription service is open to everyone. The clinical team will decide the suitability of the service and treatment requested based on the answers you provide during the questionnaire.

For any first-time users of Antimalarial treatment, we will provide more information on the medications listed during the questionnaire process. This should help with your decision on treatment.

If during the questionnaire you are unsure of any questions or feel you would like to discuss your issue further with a GP, please book a Video Appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Malaria is a severe infection from the Plasmodium parasite. It spreads through mosquito bites.

It’s common in tropical and subtropical regions. Symptoms can worsen fast and if not treated promptly, it can be deadly.

  • High temperature, feeling feverish (hot/clammy/shivery)
  • Headaches
  • Vomiting, diarrhea, tummy pains
  • Muscle aches
  • Fatigue
  • Coughing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sore throat
  • Confusion

Symptoms usually arise between one to eight weeks after a mosquito bite, but in some cases, they can appear up to a year later.

If you suspect you have malaria, it’s crucial to get immediate medical help, no matter where you are.

If you’ve been to a malaria-prone region in the past year, you might still be at risk, even if you’ve taken anti-malaria medicine.

Typically, doctors diagnose it based on your medical history and a blood test.

Protect yourself from mosquito bites, especially after sunset:

  • Wear long-sleeved clothes and pants if you’re out at night.
  • Spray clothes with insecticide (like Permethrin), but don’t spray it on your skin.
  • Use room sprays, burn pyrethroid coils, or heat insecticide-coated tablets to keep mosquitoes away, especially near bedside furniture.
  • Apply insect repellent, preferably one with DEET, on exposed skin.
  • If there are no screens, keep windows closed.
  • Sleep under a mosquito net – a tip: spray insecticide on the net for extra protection.

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