Maloff Protect Tablets are used to prevent and protect against malaria.
No prescription required. Buy Maloff Protect Tablets through our online consultation service.
Contains atovaquone and proguanil hydrochloride. It is not suitable for use in children or adolescents.
One tablet per day. Take Maloff Protect with food or a milky drink, where possible as this helps your body absorb the active ingredients. It is best to take Maloff Protect at the same time each day.
Start taking Maloff Protect one to two days before travelling to an area which has malaria. Continue taking it every day during your stay. Take Maloff Protect for another seven days after your return to a malaria-free area. Take the full course of Maloff Protect for maximum protection.
PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION LEAFLET PROVIDED VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE TAKING YOUR MEDICATION.
We offer free delivery* on all mainland UK orders and we aim to dispatch orders within 24-72 hours (please allow for weekends, bank holidays and busy periods). These turnaround times are a guide and our advice is to order at least two weeks before going on holiday. Orders are sent out via UK Standard Delivery, but upgraded services to shorten transit time are also available, where we use Express Delivery or Express Premium Delivery. Next Day postage option is only available Monday to Thursday. This does not mean your order will be processed any quicker!
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We will not be held responsible for any losses if your order does not arrive in time
(*Orders have to qualify for free delivery, currently all orders over £25.00 qualify, all orders under £25 are subject to £2.99 fee (UK Standard Delivery) or £3.99 fee (Express Delivery). Should you require an order URGENTLY you can request it be dispatched by Express Premium Delivery on the website during the order process. You should receive your order 24 hours from the date of dispatch. All Erectile Dysfunction products are sent via Express Premium Delivery, therefore there is a £6.99 delivery charge added to each order.)
We are unable to send products outside the UK.
TRAVELPHARM RETURNS & REFUNDS:
We understand that you may want, at times, to return an item you've purchased from us. To make this process quick and convenient for you, please read the policy below.
We regret that we cannot, by law, accept returns of any medication. If you return a medicine to us all we can do is dispose of it correctly for you as it cannot be resold.
Of course, if we have made a mistake or the product is faulty or damaged, we will accept returns as long as you contact us within 10 days of receiving the order and received the product back within 30 days. Once we have received the returned item we will refund the amount paid or resend the product.
If for whatever reason you are not satisfied with any other item you have purchased from us, you may return it if you notify us within 10 days of receiving the order and we receive the product back within 30 days. Once we have received the returned item we will refund the amount paid or resend the product.
All returned products must be in their original packaging, unopened and in a re-saleable condition. We only accept returns for products that have been purchased through us.
Any return which does not meet the conditions set above will not be refunded or replaced.
For further information on returns or to request a refund/return, please contact us.
Malarone is a brand owned by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and has a Prescription Only licence. Generic Malarone contains the same ingredients (Atovaquone/Proguanil) as Malarone but is manufactured by someone else. Usually these are prescription only also. In 2017 Glenmark launched a non-prescription product called Maloff Protect. You do not require a prescription to buy Maloff Protect.
The prescription status should be of no concern if purchasing through Travelpharm as we offer a FREE online consultation for our prescription only products like Malarone, which means that you do not need to go see your doctor first.
In short No. No anti malaria tablet is guaranteed to prevent malaria, but most are very effective if taken correctly. In addition taking extra precautions in combination with the anti malaria tablets you can reduce your risk even further. For advice follow this link to our bite avoidance page or check out our great range of insect repellents.
Unfortunately the global malaria picture changes rapidly and your risk will therefore vary as well. Here at Travelpharm we use a wide variety of resources to help us make up to date and accurate decisions about suitability. Some of these resources include FitForTravel, TravelHealthPro and Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Please ensure you consult the latest guidance or contact Travelpharm on 01159 512092 for free advice.
Unfortunately it is very difficult to know whether you will get side effects from any medicine until you have tried it.
Malaria medicines seem to have a notoriety when it comes to side effects but here at Travelpharm we think that is unjust. Whilst this should not serve as a personal recommendation products like Malarone, Generic Malarone and Maloff tend to be very well tolerated with upset stomachs being the most common complaint. Similar is true for Doxyxcline as well, but 3% of people may suffer a reaction to sunlight (like sunburn). Of all the antimalarial products we prescribe at Travelpharm Lariam (Mefloquine) has the worst reputation, but it is used successfully without side effects in many individuals and is a very important product for us to have available. For further information please call on 01159 512092
This is a question you must take up with your own Doctor/Midwife. If pregnant, breastfeeding or hoping to start a family, and about to take antimalarials, it is vital that you discuss this fully with your GP before doing so.
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Travel to malaria risk zones whilst pregnant is not recommended for many reasons and advice to all would be mums is do not travel. If travel to a malaria zone is unavoidable then we must take precautions to ensure you do not contract malaria. All antimalarial medicines are unlicensed during pregnancy and breastfeeding so there needs to be a careful risk assessment carried out to ensure the risks are outweighed by the benefits.
Please call us on 0844 8221219 for further help or assistance as we may be in a position to help.