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Qualaquin Medication Information

Qualaquin® (quinine sulfate) is available only by prescription and is used to treat mild cases of malaria (uncomplicated malaria). This antimalarial medication is not appropriate for everyone; your healthcare provider needs complete information on your medical history and what medicines you are taking before prescribing Qualaquin.
 
Although many people do not have any problems while taking this drug, Qualaquin can cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, and headaches. If negative reactions do occur, they tend to be minor and easily treated.
 
Qualaquin comes in the form of capsules and is typically taken every eight hours (three times daily) for seven days. Even if you begin to feel better after taking Qualaquin for a couple of days, it is important to continue taking this product for as long as your healthcare provider recommends.
 
(Click Qualaquin for more information on this medication. This article covers how this prescription drug works, lists additional side effects, and offers some safety precautions to be aware of before beginning treatment.)
 

Qualaquin Medication Information

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