Ciprofloxacin or Azithromycin
Our standard prescription includes medication for one course of treatment.
Ciprofloxacin or Azithromycin
Online consultations that fit your schedule
A team of US-Licensed physicians to guide you
Free 3-5 day shipping on prescriptions
The freedom to feel your best and explore endlessly
Traveler’s diarrhea is an intestinal infection that happens as a result of eating or drinking contaminated food or water. It can be particularly prevalent in developing countries. Food can be contaminated in a variety of ways from pesticides to runoff.
There’s the highest risk of contracting traveler’s diarrhea in the developing world. Places like Mexico, Latin America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The risk of infection varies depending on the type of exposure—from a fairly low risk from eating hot, cooked foods and drinking factory-sealed beverages, to a higher risk while eating raw vegetables and fruits, and drinking tap water.
Typical symptoms of traveler’s diarrhea can include:
Saying “watch what you eat” can be reductive and too broad but be aware of water and food conditions before traveling. For milder cases, you can take bisuth subsalicylate, like Pepto-Bismol (among other brands) and increase fluids and electrolytes to replenish the body.
Runway Health is focused on providing exceptional travel health care, and we work exclusively with a team of US-based, board-certified physicians from top-tier universities dedicated to ensuring that travelers have a safe and healthy journey.
Alongside a team of board-certified physicians, Runway has crafted an online questionnaire based consultation that replicates those questions you may typically be asked at a brick-and-mortar travel clinic. You may initiate this online consultation 24/7 without the need to schedule a live visit. Upon reviewing your consultation, your physician may reach out to you via our secure, HIPAA compliant chat portal if they require any additional information. Similarly, should you have any additional questions for your physician, you may contact them for chat based care before, during or after your travels.
After your online consultation, your physician will complete their initial review within 24 hours; however, in many cases this is completed in just a couple of hours.
If you’ve been waiting longer than this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll take care of it.
Once your order is shipped, you will receive an email with details to track your shipment.
Orders are shipped every day except for Sunday and are typically processed within 1 business day after your order has been approved by your physician.
What it costs
A Runway consultation costs a fraction of a travel clinic and our medications are priced below average retail pricing. You are only charged if prescribed.
No searching for a doctor
Medication shipped directly to you
No wait times
Limited access to travel clinics
Pharmacy availability not guaranteed
Average 24 day wait for a doctor appointment
Runway consultations are quick, easy and cost just $30. Our US licensed physicians ask a series of questions to determine if prescription medication is right for you and build a travel health plan accordingly.
Fast, free shipping
No pickups or wait times. Your prescriptions are delivered straight to your door within three to five business days.
Our expert physicians remain available to answer questions, advise treatment and chat with you wherever you are in the world.
Better prepare for your adventures
Not sure what you need? Initiate a Runway consultation and get access to unlimited chat with a licensed physician, personalized prescription suggestions and travel health advice wherever you go.
Just $30 plus the cost medication, if prescribed.
Atovaquone: Proguanil (Malarone)
Let the anticipation give you chills, not a fever.
A non habit-forming antihistamine taken before bed, to help you sleep, no matter which time zone you find yourself in.
A Scopolamine patch will keep you moving forward, without motion sickness leaving you green in the face.
Tackle high elevations, adjust to altitude and recover from hypoxia so you can keep on climbing.
Not sure what you need?
Select your destination for products that might be a good fit for your travel needs.
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.
Carly R. traveled to
As travelers and explorers, we dare to dream.
Runway offers travelers like you, the medications you may need before you go.