User Reviews for Mefloquine
Also known as: Lariam
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Reviews for Mefloquine
For Malaria Prevention: "i was suppose to take it for six months but i did stop using it after two months as i suffered from strange dreams, paresthesia, numbness, fasciculations, sleep jerks and panic attacks. my symptoms did not disappear but they did improve with time. i think the reason was using other drugs while using mefloquine such as tramadol for migraine."
Anonymous July 20, 2015
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Lariam (mefloquine) for Malaria Prevention: "I took this for two years whilst in East Africa. Although many people told me it was not good, I found no side effects and never have suffered from Malaria. I had regular Liver function teats and no adverse symptoms were found."
Stevepoa June 17, 2013
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For Malaria Prevention: "After taking mefloquine I suffered from "sleep starts". Although I stopped using it, a new symptoms a rised like anxiety, parasthesia, hyper-reflexia, muscle twitching. It has been two years now but still having these symptoms but to a lesser extent."
tigo (taken for 1 to 6 months) June 15, 2013
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Lariam (mefloquine) for Malaria Prevention: "I took one of these and felt nearly suicidal within a few hours. The warning labels say if you have previously experienced "certain psychiatric conditions" then you should not take the medication. Well, those conditions include garden-variety depression which a pretty large percentage of the population has experienced. "
RolandD December 19, 2012
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