Ordered generic atovaquone proguanil (Malarone equivalent) at £1.75 per tablet, no P&P on my order. Tesco & Asda only supplying Malarone itself at £2.50 per tablet. I sent the order recorded postage as it contained a doctor's prescription. By the time I'd got round to checking receipt of the prescription the following day, TravelPharm had emailed me to confirm receipt. Delivery to my home address was a couple of days later.
Ordering on-line from Travelpharm was simple and clear. The generic anti-malarial tablets, for which a prescription was required, were the cheapest on-line I could find, the order was confirmed immediately and delivered within 2/3 days. The company is UK based which adds confidence to ordering and I would definitely use them again.
I used the online consultation for £10 as my local GP surgery no longer has a travel clinic. Malarone is no longer under patent so I got it under the generic name of atovaquone proquanil at a much cheaper rate. Delivery to N Ireland was extremely quick.
My local doctors surgery advised me to go to Boots for the latest advice & medication for malaria prevention, but I prefer the NHS website for advice & Travelpharm for the medication. Their pices, prescription service, & speed of delivery are unbeatable. They even cell generic Malarone now the patent has expired. I'm all for that!
Ordered Atovaquone & Proguanil for Maleria prevention, sent Drs prescription separately by post, was pleasantly surprised when I got an e-mail next day stating the order had been dispatched and the day after that the order arrived at my door. Much cheaper than anywhere else and reliable.