Our standard prescription includes medication for one course of treatment.
Our standard prescription includes a course of treatment for 5 days of continual ascent.
Includes 3 Scopolamine patches. Each patch provides motion sickness relief for up to 72 hours.
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Hiking over 10,000 ft elevation in Colorado. Prescription from MD said to take acetazolamide prophylactically and during hike. I didn’t seem to be adversely affected during the hike and made it to the summit!
Jesse C. traveled to
Took altitude sickness medication after having terrible headaches and throwing up. Shortly after starting the medication, all my symptoms went away.
Grace M. traveled to
Taking malaria medication before going to South Africa provided my wife and me with a level of comfort that really enabled us to enjoy our 5-day safari. We felt protected the entire time we were out exploring the amazing Sabi Sands Game Reserve!
Matt S. traveled to
I took malaria medication during my trip to the Amazon Rainforest. No issues with malaria!
Sarkis A. traveled to
The motion sickness patches were very helpful since we were staying on a small sailboat; I don’t think my brother would have been able to keep a meal down if not for them.
Scott R. traveled to
Motion sickness medicine didn’t work for me until I discovered the patch!
Nadav B. traveled to
I was having the best time in Mexico until I got an awful stomach bug. Thankfully, I had brought my own medication with me so I didn’t have to deal with language barriers and a local pharmacy. After a quick recovery day, I was still able to enjoy the rest of my trip.
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