Malaria (Quartan malaria): A parasitic disease due to mosquito bite
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I take Plaquenil for Lupus. I will travel to Tanzania and need to take a preventive antimalaria. I need to use Malarone since the malaria parasite is resistant to Plaquenil. Should I stop taking Plaquenil while I take Malarone? or should I take both at the same time?
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Good evening all Please, I've been experiencing boil for close to a month now, I started experiencing it after taking flagyl, panadol and loperamide hydrochloride for the treatment of stools. After 3 days of feeling pains in my throat, I went to a clinic and a doctor prescribed clavulin, vitamin c and panadol for me, 2 weeks after completing the treatment, I started feeling the pains again. Please, what should I do Thanks in anticipation Remain blessed.
I've had this condition for over 15 years and doctors in my clime do not understand it. They almost always believe it is caused by medication and I get weary of explaining that the itching starts before I test positive for malaria - it is my alert to do a malaria check. I have been prescribed, alongside malaria treatments, all manner of antihistamines, but none of them would stop me from having a full week of miserable itch and sleeplessness. Are there others who suffer this peculiar form of malaria?
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