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HCQS 200MG 10 tablets


Brand Name:  HCQS


Strength: 200 mg

Pills per order:  10 Pills

Production Company:  IPCA Laboratories Ltd

Used for:   Malaria, Anti-Malaria, anti-malarials, Covid, Coronavirus, Covid-19

HCQS 200 

Antimalarials, such as HCQS 200, are drugs that are used to treat or prevent malaria. Malaria is a potentially fatal illness carried by the bite of an infected ‘Anopheles mosquito.’ When a healthy individual is bitten by an infected mosquito, the ‘Plasmodium parasite’ is transmitted into the circulation, where it affects red blood cells and liver cells, rupturing them over time. Malaria symptoms include shivering chills, high fever, heavy perspiration, headache, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea, anemia, muscular pain, convulsions, coma, and bloody stools. They usually appear 10 days to 4 weeks after the infection.

The active ingredient in HCQS 200 is hydroxychloroquine, which belongs to the therapeutic family of quinolone medications. It kills the parasite and prevents the parasite from producing the harmless heme metabolite hemozoin. The parasite dies as a result of the poisonous by-products generated during hemoglobin metabolism.

For optimal effects, take HCQS 200 precisely as directed by your doctor, at regular intervals throughout the day. To avoid stomach discomfort, take it after a meal or with a glass of milk, or as directed by your doctor. HCQS 200 dose strength varies from person to person, based on their medical state and the severity of their infection. Vomiting, nausea, hair loss, and itching skin are some of the side effects that a person using HCQS 200 may encounter. However, not everyone is aware of these side effects, and some of them may not necessitate medical treatment. It is advised to speak with a doctor if side symptoms intensify or do not go away within a few days.

Please tell your doctor if you have any allergies (to any chloroquine salt), or if you have any medical conditions such as vision changes or retinal damage caused by anti-malaria medication, heart disease, heart rhythm disorder, diabetes, a stomach disorder, liver or kidney disease, psoriasis, alcoholism, porphyria (a genetic enzyme disorder that causes symptoms affecting the skin or nervous system), or glucose-6-p deficiency. If you’re pregnant, talk to your doctor because it’s unclear if this drug can harm your unborn child. If adequate therapy is not given at the appropriate time during pregnancy, it may raise the risk of miscarriage, stillbirth, early delivery, and low birth weight. Because HCQS 200 can pass into breast milk, it is best to consult with your doctor if you are nursing.

Malaria is one of the applications of HCQS 200.

HCQS has also been reported to help in the treatment of Coronavirus Covid-19, however it is not FDA authorized for this use.

Medicinal Advantages

HCQS 200 belongs to a class of drugs known as antimalarials, which are used to treat or prevent malaria. HCQS 200 includes Hydroxychloroquine, a quinoline medication that acts by stopping the parasite from producing the harmless heme metabolite hemozoin. The parasite dies as a result of its own poisonous by-products generated during hemoglobin metabolism. Rheumatoid arthritis, discoid or systemic lupus erythematosus, and discoid or systemic lupus erythematosus are also treated with HCQS 200. HCQS 200 isn’t effective against all malaria strains.

Use Instructions

Follow your doctor’s instructions for taking HCQS 200. To reduce the risk of stomach upset, take this drug after a meal or one glass of milk. It should not be chewed or crushed.


Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.

HCQS 200 Side Effects

Changes in the color of your eye, blurring, sensitivity to light, skin rashes, itching, stomach discomfort, feeling nauseous, being sick, diarrhea, lack of appetite, headache, and mood changes are all possible adverse effects of HCQS 200. The majority of chloroquine’s negative effects do not require medical treatment and go away with time. However, if the negative effects do not go away, see your doctor.

Drug Recommendations

Because HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE does not work against all types of malaria, talk to your doctor if you aren’t feeling well after taking it. This treatment can harm a person’s heart, especially if they are also taking other medications, such as the antibiotic azithromycin. If a person notices rapid or hammering heartbeats, as well as acute dizziness, they should see a doctor. This drug should not be taken for an extended period of time since it may cause irreparable eye damage, which might result in visual difficulties. Heart disease, heart rhythm disorder, diabetes, stomach disorder, quinine allergy, liver or kidney disease, psoriasis, alcoholism, porphyria (a genetic enzyme disorder that causes symptoms affecting the skin or nervous system), and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency are all contraindications to using HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE. If you’re pregnant or nursing, talk to your doctor first since this drug can only be taken if it’s been recommended by a doctor.

Interactions Between Drugs

Drug-drug interactions: HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE should not be used with some medications that might cause significant adverse effects, such as tricyclic antidepressants (amitriptyline), antirheumatic drugs (leflunomide), and narcotic analgesics (tramadol).

Limit your intake of grapefruit or grapefruit juice while taking HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE since it can drastically raise blood levels.

Patients with oculotoxicity, porphyria, arrhythmias, bone marrow suppression, ototoxicity, seizures, glucose-6-pd deficiency, hepatotoxicity, myasthenia gravis, psoriasis, diabetes, heart disease, and renal impairment cannot use HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE.

Safety Suggestions


Alcohol should be consumed in moderation since it might exacerbate negative effects.


HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE should be taken with caution and only if a doctor recommends it during pregnancy.


Breastfeeding is not recommended while using HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE since the drug might transfer into breast milk.


Because HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE might induce impaired vision, it’s best to avoid driving or doing anything else that requires mental acuity.


In healthy people, chloroquine medication is unlikely to induce liver damage, but in rare circumstances, it can cause an abrupt aggravation of porphyria. If any contact occurs, a doctor’s visit is suggested.


In a rare situations, chloroquine medication compromises kidney function, necessitating a doctor’s advice.

No habit formation

Advice on Diet and Lifestyle

When a person has a malarial fever, their body’s desire for nutrients increases, and a high carbohydrate diet, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables, can assist the body recover quickly.

When a person has a fever, they may lose their appetite, making eating difficult. To deal with this, consume glucose water, fresh fruit juices, and coconut water to replenish the body’s liquid requirements.

Malaria fever makes the body weak and inhibits demand for food, which helps the body produce immune bodies and fight parasites.

Because the body is already repairing and trying to digest these complex meals, high-fiber foods like green leafy vegetables and fruits with thick skin should be avoided.

Take adequate rest to allow the body to relax and repair more quickly.


Malaria can be detected with diagnostic techniques such as “blood smear.”

Additional Information: This item is non-refundable.

Glossary of Diseases and Conditions

Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasitic parasites that enter the body via a mosquito bite. This is a frequent illness in African, South American, and Asian nations. When an infected mosquito (infested with the parasite ‘Plasmodium,’ parasites are creatures that live in other living things for the purpose of survival) bites a healthy person, the parasite is transported into the circulation and begins to proliferate and damage the body’s red blood cells. Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium ovale, Plasmodium malariae, and Plasmodium falciparum are the four parasites that cause malaria. Infected people usually notice symptoms 10 to 4 weeks after being bitten by a mosquito, which include shivering chills, moderate to high fever, excessive perspiration, headache, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea, anemia, muscular pain, convulsions, coma, and bloody feces.


If a person is taking a treatment for diarrhea, they should wait at least 4 hours before or after taking HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE because the two medicines might interfere and prevent the drug from being effectively absorbed by the body.

It has been observed that using HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE for an extended period of time might cause irreparable damage to the retina of your eye, leading to vision loss, therefore only use this drug for the amount of time recommended by your doctor.

Patients with G6PD deficiency should not use this medication since it increases the risk of hemolysis. Before taking it, talk to your doctor.

The use of HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE in people who are currently taking an antibiotic (azithromycin) is not recommended since it can harm the heart.

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