Mefloquine Testimonials

— Freddy Tilbot, Missoula
I took Mefloquine for two years while regularly visiting East Africa on business trips. I work as a photo journalist and I love my job deeply, though sometimes it prepares such unpleasant surprises like risk of infectious diseases, adventures in wild territories and hot spots. But to get something we have to give something away, sometimes some time, some efforts or some convenience. For the pleasure to work in Africa I take the risk of falling ill with infectious diseases. But of course I take all possible precautions to avoid the diseases and stay healthy. It is not a secret that Africa imposes high risk of getting hospitalized with malaria. So every time I go there I take antimalarial medication and every time it is Mefloquine. I know this drug, I have tried it out and it works well for me. Luckily and with due respect to the medicatin, during all my working time in Africa I had not a single case of malaria. I know that many people complain of the side effects they have after the medication, but I think it?s a very individual aspect. In any case side effects can't be worse than the disease itself. I know it as I have seen people suffering from malaria in fever, and dying unconscious.
— Larry Cross, Ottawa
So last year we had a business trip to Madagascar. The big island is an amazing place where contrasts meet everywhere. You will see splendor and poverty, prosperity and disaster, rich forests and deserts. You will either love the island or hate it. And as many African lands Madagascar hides many risks for your health, malaria being one of them. I had to go there with my colleague and another colleague who had a business trip to Madagascar two years ago warned us about the risk of catching malaria and advised us to take Mefloquine. However he also told us about possible side effects and how horrible they can be. I am quite crazy about my health and body so I decided to take Mefloquine in any case. But my partner got scared about the horror side effects and decided to reject Mefloquine. That was a big mistake. First of all I had no side effects at all. Mefloquine worked well for me and I didn't notice any changes in my condition. But my partner was unlucky enough to fall ill with malaria on the second week of our trip. And that was horror. I saw him suffer and I am sure no side effects, even the worst of them compare to his symptoms. Having seen that person nearly dying I will never reject any preventive measures just to avoid some possible side effects. Even if you have side effects, you will be protected from the sufferings and possible death. So don't miss malaria prevention when going to risky areas. Mefloquine is great for this purpose.
— Jim Harris, Milwaukee
Last year I spent some four months in Uganda on business. African countries are wonderful, full of fun and adventures, full of opportunities and surprises. For some poor people malaria becomes one - such surprises and adventures, if I can say so.by the time of my trip I had heard many scary stories about malaria and I was sure to take preventive measures to avoid falling ill with this terrible disease. I chose Mefloquine to be the medication I entrust my life and health as I have heard and read many positive reviews of the medication as the life saver. And I carefully observed my doctors instructions and took Mefloquine according to the prescription. In spite of the fact that many people told me Mefloquine was not good, I observed no side effects and never suffered from Malaria. I am sure that it is due to Mefloquine that I stayed healthy and sound as when in Uganda I visited many risky paces and have been bitten by insects for a lot of times. However I stayed protected from malaria and came back home with positive impressions only. I do recommend this medication to everyone travelling to Africa for pleasure or on business. And don't pay attention to bad comments, your life is more important than any side effects that you may not have just as well.

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