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Avloclor (anti-malaria med) and Healthy Pregnancy

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i had my last avloclor (malaria tablet) tablet last tuesday how long does it stay in your body because we want to try for a baby.


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replied November 27th, 2006
Getting Pregnant Answer A1752
Avloclor (chloroquine) is eliminated from the body quickly after coming off the medicine. You can try to conceive now because Avloclor is an anti-malaria drug that can be taken even during pregnancy.
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