Malaria is spread by mosquito bites, and Hydroxychloroquine tablet is used to prevent or cure it. Take this prescription by mouth as instructed by your doctor, and keep a calendar handy to remind you. You can take it with food or milk to avoid stomach problems. Because breaking or crushing the tablets can leave a bitter taste, it is always a better option to swallow them whole. The dosage and duration of medication are determined by your medical condition and treatment response. On the other hand, the dose for children is determined by their weight. To receive the best benefit from Hydroxychloroquine 200mg, take it on a daily basis. If you're on a regular schedule, make sure you take it at the same time(s) every day.


If you're taking it for malaria, don't stop taking it without first consulting your doctor. It's critical to take this for the whole amount of time recommended. Stopping the medication too soon can result in infection or infection recurrence.


If your issue persists or worsens, notify your doctor. Also, if you have a fever or other signs of illness, seek medical attention straight away (especially while in the malaria area and for 2 months after returning from the area). It's possible that you'll require Hydroxychloroquine 200 mg tab. However, work to keep mosquitoes at bay as much as you can.

Hydroxychloroquine Tablet

PriceFrom $110.00
  • Active Ingredient (Generic Name):

    Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate

    Indication:

    Rheumatoid arthritis, Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), Type 2 diabetes

    Manufacturer:

    Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd

    Packaging:

    10 tablets in 1 strip

    Delivery Time

    6 To 15 days

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