Malaria Tablets

Order malaria tablets online, quickly and easily, before you go travelling.

Prices from £22.00

One of our doctors will review your order and prescribe a treatment if suitable. How to Order

If you need to get malaria tablets before you go travelling, our service helps you to find the best malaria treatment online for your destination.

You can find out more about how malaria tablets work and their possible side effects with help from Asda.

Why choose us?

  1. Find the best malaria tablets for you on our website
  2. Complete a questionnaire for our doctors to review
  3. If your order is approved, our doctors will prescribe your treatment
  4. Your tablets will be ready to collect at an Asda pharmacy, or delivered straight to your door


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Frequently asked questions

What is the best tablet for malaria?

The best malaria tablets for you depends on where you’re travelling to and which strains of malaria are present there. A doctor can advise on the best malaria tablet for you once you’ve spoken to them about the countries you’re visiting and how long you’re going for.

How much are malaria tablets in the UK?

Malaria tablets cost different prices in the UK depending on which tablet you need, how long you need it for, and where you get it from. For example, the cost of malaria tablets at Asda Online Doctor start at £22 for doxycycline and £35 for atovaquone and proguanil.

Do malaria tablets make you feel ill?

Malaria tablets could cause side effects that make you feel ill, such as nausea and vomiting. Most of the time malaria tablets are well-tolerated and any side effects should go away or get better within a few days. Speak to your doctor if malaria tablets are making you feel ill and this isn’t going away.

Can you drink alcohol with anti malaria tablets?

You shouldn’t drink alcohol with some anti-malaria tablets, such as doxycycline, as this can stop it from working properly. With other anti-malaria tablets, such as atovaquone and proguanil, you can drink alcohol moderately, but it’s best to avoid large amounts, especially if you get side effects.

What happens if you miss a day of malaria tablets?

If you miss a day of malaria tablets, continue taking them as normal when your next dose is due, but don’t take a double dose. You may need to get more tablets and take them for longer to ensure you remain protected against malaria. Speak to your doctor if you miss more than a couple of days of malaria tablets, as they can advise on what to do next.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Babak Ashrafi Clinical Lead for Service Expansion

Babak studied medicine at King’s College London and graduated in 2003, having also gained a bachelor’s degree in Physiology during his time there. He completed his general practice (GP) training in East London, where he worked for a number of years as a partner at a large inner-city GP practice. He completed the Royal College of GPs membership exam in 2007.

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Last reviewed: 15 May 2024

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