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Malaria _ Precaution

Malaria has spread significantly in our city. Is there a medicine in homeopathy which can be taken as a precautionary measure?

Thanks.
 
  Indu04 on 2010-08-02

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please take ars. alb. 30c three doses only on a single day. Repeat it a month later if the malaria epidemic lasts or if you're exposed directly to a person having it.

 
maheeru on 2010-08-02

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Thanks a lot for your reply. Can this also be given to a 1 yr old.

 
Indu04 on 2010-08-03

Indu,

If you are asking for your child who is on Merc Sol then you should continue with Merc Sol and others as instructed.

Merc Sol too prevent malaria for this child.

You should use Motrin Instant Kill and net to avoid mosquito bite and thus preventing malaria, dengue, etc.

You can find lots of mosquito in early morning in windows or near door as they tries to go outside the room. If you have door protected with net then you can spray on net to kill mosquitos

 
Dr. Rakesh Km Lko on 2010-08-03

Indu, For small children (under 3 years), give one pill or drop as a dose. For adults 3 pills/drops as a dose.

Follow other precautions, hygiene measures and never be complacent after taking a prophylactic remedy.

 
maheeru on 2010-08-03

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