Monday, January 25, 2010

What Malaria Does To The Body I Got A Prescription For Doxycycline (anti-malaria), And It Says "substitution Permitted" What Does That Mean?

I got a prescription for doxycycline (anti-malaria), and it says "substitution permitted" What does that mean? - what malaria does to the body

I do not know, go to the pharmacy. I would not have happened in 15 years, so please help me understand the recipe. I believe that doxycycline is best for me, but I think that there may be situations in which other drugs used against malaria better. So the recipe says, "substitution permitted" means that the pharmacist me some other anti-malaria drug Lariam, as it can demand?


  1. This means that generic versions of prescription are allowed, and

  2. This means that you can replace the generic. However, doxycycline is an antibiotic that is not malaria. Malaria is a parasitic infection.