This medicine pack contains two different types of tablets, one type containing proguanil and the other chloroquine, which are both antimalarial drugs.
Paludrine tablets: proguanil hydrochloride, calcium carbonate, gelatin, magnesium stearate (E572) and maize starch.
Avloclor tablets: chloroquine phosphate, magnesium stearate (E572) and maize starch.
How to take
These tablets need to be taken one week before entering a malaria-risk area and continued until four weeks after leaving. Adults should take two avloclor tablets once a week on the same day each week, and take two paludrine tablets daily, at the same time each day after food.
Rashes, wheezing, dizziness, mouth ulcers and insomnia have all been reported.
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