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judy Says:
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Has anyone taking malanil ever had severe itching especially on you palms?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Judy! How are you doing? Sorry about the itching.

Malanil/Malarone is actually often the preferred choice for malaria treatment or prophylaxis, because it's well tolerated and doesn't commonly cause problematic side effects and even among the ones that have been known to occur, itching isn't typically one of them.

Learn more Malanil details here.

Have you consulted your doctor about the problem?

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