User Reviews for Atovaquone systemic
Also known as: Mepron
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|Malaria||1 review||42 medications|
|Babesiosis||2 reviews||9 medications|
|Summary of Atovaquone reviews||5.5||3 reviews|
Reviews for Atovaquone
Mepron (atovaquone) for Babesiosis: "While on Mepron, I noticed a gradual intensification of depression and psychological manifestations. At first I was not concerned and just attributed it to temporary hormonal fluctuations or whatever. As the fourth month approached, it had became much more intense and consistent. I was not making any progress in any other area and I could no longer deny the effect the Mepron was having on me. Did not help me at all!"
Anonymous January 13, 2017
3 users found this comment helpful.
For Malaria: "This medicine really works. The only problem I occur was having a rash from eating Chinese food."
Pink0312 August 25, 2016
0 users found this comment helpful.
Mepron (atovaquone) for Babesiosis: "its taking a while to work but i have had some improvments. i have been taking it for about 2 months now but my doctor says it will take about 6 months to work so will see. I tested postitve for 2 different types of babesia plus lyme so it may take me longer to get better then others with just babesia."
bigsherm March 12, 2008
48 users found this comment helpful.
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