Express Malaria prescription online

This questionnaire forms the basis of your malaria consultation today. We need you to be honest with your answers including any current medication you are on. This allows our doctors to prescribe medication that helps you and offer accurate advice. We expect you to read the medicinal information provided before selecting your treatment.

You do not need to book a consultation after filling out the questionnaire
  • * Please answer all questions correctly so the doctor will be able to prescribe your medication

I confirm I am over 18 years old and this treatment is for myself and no other patients. The medicine ordered is for my sole use only. I will read the patient information leaflet supplied with the medicine specifically the side effects and dosages. I take responsibility to inform my own regular doctor of the online consultation or any changes in my circumstances. I agree to the Mobidoctor terms and conditions.

Malaria Prescription Online

Mobi Doctor can help you obtain malaria medications if you live in or are travellingthrough Europe. Finding a doctor to prescribe you medications can be challenging, especially if you're looking for one that speaks fluent English. Our online prescription service can help you quickly obtain the necessary medicineswithout hassle.

With Mobi Doctor, you can save money and time by speaking directly with medical professionals online. Our virtual service can save you an in-person trip to the doctor's office, allowing you to get the medication you need as soon as possible. Learn about our process and how we can help you get back to total health with minimal disruption to your life.

What is Malaria?

Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite, a plasmodium, that impacts your body's blood cells. Malaria kills your body's blood cells, leading to many symptoms. Many victims experience chills, fever, rapid breathing, body pains, and more. They may also experience brain swelling, oedema, organ failure, and even death in extreme cases of malaria infection.

Malaria can also be a recurring disease. Immunity can wane after just a few months, making previous victims susceptible to reinfection. The plasmodium parasite can also reside in the liver and reemerge at various times, causing the victim to suffer another bout of malaria symptoms. Malaria can be a long-term, debilitating condition for those suffering from it.

Causes of Malaria

Malaria infections occur through mosquito bites, which spread the plasmodium parasite to their human victims. Mosquitos infected with plasmodium are commonly found in tropical areas. In some places, malaria infection is much more dangerous. Approximately 94% of malaria deaths occur in Africa, as the species of plasmodium residing there is much more deadly than that found on other continents.

Many people can take precautions to avoid a malaria infection while travelling. Mosquito nets keep mosquitos away during the night and daylight hours. Insect repellent can also help to ward off mosquitos. However, vaccines and malaria medications can best help prevent the disease and are the only options for treating infected victims.

Malaria Medications

There are several malaria medications that you can take to treat this disease or prevent it entirely. Find out how these four malaria medications can benefit you:

  • Atovaquone/proguanil: This medication is ideal for travellers who need to take anti-malaria medication. Other medicines require a build-up period, but atovaquone/proguanil can be taken immediately. However, pregnant women should avoid the drug.

  • Chloroquine: This medication is taken weekly to fight malaria. However, in some areas of the world, the plasmodium parasite has built up resistance to it and must be avoided. Pregnant women should also avoid medication at all periods of their pregnancy.

  • Doxycycline: This medication is a safe and effective treatment for malaria that's also an antibiotic, which means it can also grant protection against a wide range of other diseases you might encounter on your travels. However, it makes people sensitive to the sun, which can be a problem if you're going to be outside a lot. Pregnant women should also avoid taking this medication.

  • Mefloquine: Unlike many other malaria medications, mefloquine can be taken by pregnant women. This medication is taken once weekly, which can be preferable for many travellers who want to minimise their medication regimen's impact on their daily experience. However, some areas of the world have built up resistance to the medication.

If you are still looking for your preferred prescription from the above list, let our English-speaking doctors at Mobi Doctor know. We can help you find the best-suited medication for your specific health needs. We're committed to helping you obtain the right prescriptionfor the health treatment you deserve.

Getting a Prescription for Malaria Prescription Using Mobi Doctor

You can get a prescription for malaria medication through Mobi Doctor. Thanks to its online service, you can get a prescription in just a few minutes if you have an internet connection. Connect with us, and one of our English-speaking medical professionals can speak with you and assess your needs. We can answer your questions and help you obtain the best medication.

We've made getting the medical care you need easy and affordable. A prescription through Mobi Doctor only costs €26, making it an affordable option for most people. We take most insurance providers, or you can pay for your prescription out-of-pocket. You can get the cure for your medication in just a few minutes.

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