Lariam Side Effects Update
Mefloquine, otherwise known as Lariam, is a malarial prophylactic, which has and is currently being issued by the Irish Defence Forces to troops deploying to high-risk malaria regions such as Liberia, Chad and Eritrea. Although used to prevent against the threat of malaria, there are many known side effects of the drug, including, inter alia, depression, anxiety, night terrors, hallucinations, insomnia, aggression, paranoia, short-term memory loss, long-term memory loss, vertigo, suicidal ideation, suicidal behaviour.
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