Sulquin contain Quinin Sulphate 300mg which is an anti-malarial medicine which used for the treatment of malaria. Malaria parasites enter into body through mosquito bite and then live in body tissues such as blood cells or liver. Sulquin works efficiently by killing those parasites and stops the infection from spreading into body. It is used alone or with other medicines to treat uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria. Other than it is very useful in nighttime leg cramps & its prevention. Along with it also works as a muscle relaxant and muscle cramp associated with other health issues.
Usage: Sulquin have Quinin Sulphate as an active ingredient which is anti-malarial drug. Malaria is triggered by a type of parasite which is referred to as plasmodium falciparum. This parasite is carried by female mosquitoes. Mosquito bite caused such parasite enter into the body and live in body cells. Sulquin kills those parasites from the cell as well as prevent their growth. Thus it helps to recover from malaria. Along with this it also helps to reduce leg cramp, facial palsy, restless leg syndrome and other similar health issues. Dosages of this medicine are depending upon medical condition, age and severity of disease or as prescribe by doctor. Take it with food to avoid stomachache. Usually it should take after every 8 hours within 3 to 7 days or as suggested by doctor according to severity.
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Can I Use This Medicine During Pregnancy
No, It Is Not Recommended During Pregnancy As It May Harm To Unborn Baby.
Does It Safe To Take Medicine If I Have Kidney Disease
Medicine Should Use With Caution If Having Impaired Kidney Function. If The Impairment Is Very Severe Then Consult Your Doctor Before Start Use Of The Medicine.
Can I Stop Medicine If I Feel Better
No, Do Not Stop Medicine During Course Given By Doctor. Symptoms May Be Occurred If Medicine Stop Before Course Completed.
What Happened If I Missed The Dose
Take Missed Dose As Soon As You Remember But Do Not Take If Your Next Dose Is Scheduled At Nearby Time.
Keep medicine out of reach of Children