Malaria is a common disease caused by mosquitoes and chances are high that you may fall prey to it if you are travelling to a malaria prone area and do not take the necessary precautions. Do not panic however, as taking the necessary preventative measures such as malaria tablets can help greatly reduce your chances of catching this potentially deadly disease. It is important to start taking the correct malaria tablets for your region prior to travel along with other preventative steps discussed below. Before you buy malaria tablets, you should read the rest of this article carefully.
Malaria tablets are prescription medication and therefore cannot routinely be bought over the counter. Ask a Pharmacist is an online pharmacy that works with prescribers in the UK to provide prescription treatments online, at some of the lowest prices around. All medications are UK licensed, and delivered discreetly and securely via Royal Mail. Your safety is our priority, so unlike many other providers, we off a FREE live chat facility on both our website and app, that allows you to connect to a pharmacist instantly, to answer and concerns or queries prior to treatment.
Some common malaria tablets that you can buy from Ask a Pharmacist are:
It is important you purchase the correct quantity for your duration of travel, and to make this easier, we sell malaria tablets in packs according to the amount of weeks in malaria prone regions. This means you only need to purchase the correct amount needed, and saves you from buying full packs and potentially wasting money on doses not required.
(Note: The above-mentioned pills and malaria tablets are a prescription item and require a free consultation online in the form of a questionnaire. Your answers are reviewed and then your medication is then dispatched.)