Active Ingredient: Ciprofloxacin
Pharmacy near Los Molinos mall 2.
They are also found in many malls as well as many supermarkets like Exito and Jumbo. In my experience, the staff in Colombian pharmacies seems quite knowledgeable.
Of course, exercise caution when taking advice from anyone other than your doctor. Many drugs that would require a prescription in the U. You can get things like antibiotics, birth control pills, anti-depressants, erectile dysfunction pills and many other types of drugs without a prescription.
The generics in Colombia are typically very inexpensive. The metro in Medellin is the only rail-based mass transportation service in Colombia. It opened in 1995 and has two train lines Lines A and B.
The A metro line runs north and south and has 21 stations.
The B line runs from the center of the city to the west and has seven stations. The metro tariff for is 2,000 pesos 83 cents. The fare is cheaper with a metro card Civica, so it is highly recommended to get one. The fare is 1,810 pesos 75 cents with a Civica card.
The Civica card is about 10 percent cheaper and permits you to go through turn-styles to avoid the ticket window lines.
Neighborhood tienda near Los Molinos mall, with delivery service 4.
Measles vaccine should not be given to pregnant or severely immunocompromised individuals. Varicella chickenpox vaccine recommended for any international traveler over one year of age who does not have either a history of documented chickenpox or a blood test showing immunity.
Many people who believe they never had chickenpox show immunity when tested and do not need the vaccine. Varicella vaccine should not be given to pregnant or immunocompromised individuals.
Cholera vaccine is not generally recommended. In the past, cholera has been reported from impoverished areas along the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts and in the areas bordering the two large rivers that cross the country from south to north, the Magdalena and the Cauca.
Most cases have been reported from the Atlantic Coast, with the highest incidence among the Wayuu people.
In recent years, only a small number of cholera cases have been identified see "Recent outbreaks" below. Two oral vaccines have recently been developed: Orochol Mutacol, licensed in Canada and Australia, and Dukoral, licensed in Canada, Australia, and the European Union.
These vaccines, where available, are recommended only for high-risk individuals, such as relief workers, health professionals, and those traveling to remote areas where cholera epidemics are occurring and there is limited access to medical care.
The only cholera vaccine approved for use in the United States is no longer manufactured or sold, due to low efficacy and frequent side-effects. Polio vaccine is not recommended for any adult traveler who completed the recommended childhood immunizations.