Qualaquin (Quinine Sulfate)

Type
Product
Manufacturer
Country
Dosage
Qty
Price(USD)
Type: drug type
Product: Qualaquin Capsule (Odan - Quinine)
Manufacturer: Odan
Country: Canada
Dosage: 200 mg
Qty: 100
USD $41.99
Type: drug type
Product: Qualaquin Capsule (Odan - Quinine)
Manufacturer: Odan
Country: Canada
Dosage: 300 mg
Qty: 100
USD $71.99
Type: drug type
Product: Quinine Sulfate Tablet
Manufacturer: Generic
Country: United Kingdom
Dosage: 200 mg
Qty: 84
USD $66.99
Type: drug type
Product: Quinine Sulfate Tablet
Manufacturer: Generic
Country: United Kingdom
Dosage: 300 mg
Qty: 84
USD $71.99
Type: drug type
Product: Quinine Sulfate Capsule
Manufacturer: Generic
Country: Canada
Dosage: 300 mg
Qty: 100
USD $67.99

Qualaquin online Canadian Pharmacy

Qualaquin Information

Is it time to fill your prescription for Qualaquin? If so, it is available here at Canada Pharmacy Online in both the brand name medication and a generic equivalent. We currently have brand name Qualaquin, manufactured by Odan in the 300mg dosage from Canada. We also have the generic equivalent in a 200mg or 300mg dosage from Canada or the United Kingdom. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company who manufactures the brand name product. Dial 1-866-920-3784 if you’re ready to place your order or go ahead and order conveniently here online.

Product Details

Qualaquin (Quinine Sulfate) is a medication used to treat uncomplicated malaria. Malaria is caused by a parasite that enters the body, typically through a mosquito bite. This medication should not be used to prevent malaria or treat severe forms. Using this medication improperly or without a doctor’s advice can result in serious side effects or death, so be sure to follow your doctor’s instructions closely.

Common side effects may include headache, blurred vision, changes in color vision, sweating or flushing, mild dizziness, ringing in the ears, upset stomach, vomiting, and stomach pain. The serious side effects may include:

• Chest pain, sudden cough, wheezing, rapid breathing, or coughing up blood
• Easy brusing or bleeding
• Fever, chills, body aches, and other flu-like symptoms
• Headache with chest pain or dizziness
• Loss of appetite
• Low blood sugar
• Pain, swelling, warmth or redness in one or both legs
• Severe skin reactions
• Severe pain in your side or lower back, blood in the urine, or little to no urine
• Signs of allergic reaction
• Sudden numbness or weakness
• Vision or hearing problems

You should not use Qualaquin if you are allergic to Quinine Sulfate, or if you a heart rhythm disorder (Long QT Syndrome), an enzyme deficiency called glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency, myasthenia gravis, optic neuritis, or if you’ve taken Qualaquin in the past and it caused a blood cell disorder, severe bleeding, or kidney problems . Before you start taking this medication, talk to your doctor about your medical history and about all the medications you take including OTC and herbal medications. It isn’t known how Qualaquin affects an unborn baby, but it can pass into breastmilk and cause harm. It’s best to avoid taking this medication while pregnant or nursing.

Precautions

Follow your doctor’s advice and follow all medication guidelines for your medication. Use it exactly as prescribed. Do not take Qualaquin in larger or smaller amounts or for longer than recommended. Take it with food if it upsets your stomach. Your symptoms may get better while on the medication but take the full strength for the entire duration of your prescription to completely clear up the infection. Store away from extreme temps, light, or moisture.

There may be an interaction between Qualaquin and other medications, including St. John’s wort, antibiotics, antidepressants, antifungals, cholesterol medications, cough medicines, heart medications, hepatitis C medications, anti-nausea or anti-vomiting medications, and much more. This is not a complete list. Talk to your doctor before you use other medications while on Qualaquin. To ensure this medication is right for you, be sure to tell your doctor if any of the following conditions apply to you:

• Heart disease
• Heart rhythm disorder
• Liver or kidney disease
• Low levels of platelets in the blood
• Low potassium levels

Questions and Answers

1. How long do I need to take Qualaquin before I start feeling better?
Answer: If you do not start seeing improvement in your conditions after 2 days of treatment, call your doctor. Additionally, if you notice your symptoms returning after your medication is finished, call your doctor right away.

2. Can I take antacids while on Qualaquin?
Answer: No, you will want to avoid using antacids without your doctor’s advice. Some antacids make it harder for Qualaquin to be absorbed into the body.

3. I’ve started to feel better right away while on Qualaquin. Can I stop taking it early?
Answer: No, this medication needs to be taken at full dosage for its full course to be effective. Even if you start feeling better, you will need to finish your full prescribed length of time. Your symptoms may get better or completely go away before the end of our prescription duration.

The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

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