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The prime health affairs in Bhutan are homogeneous to those in other south Asian habours: there is a somewhat high risk of getting hold of diarrhoea, a respiratory infection, or a more exotic infection. The infectious diseases can interrupt your trip and make you feel miserable, but they are rarely fatal. If you go trekking, there are also risks associated with accidents and altitude sickness. Falling off trails, or having a rock fall on you as you trek, is rare but can happen.

  The prerequisites should be:
  •   Medicines packed in their original and labelled containers
  •   Do not travel without any health insurance
  •   Do take all the recommended vaccines by doctors.
  • Recommended items for a personal medical kit:
  •   Antifungal cream, eg Clotrimazole
  •   Antibacterial cream, eg Muciprocin
  •   Antibiotic for skin infections, eg Amoxicillin/Clavulanate or Cephalexin
  •   Antibiotics for diarrhoea, eg Norfloxacin or Ciprofloxacin for bacterial diarrhoea; Tinidazole for giardiasis or amoebic dysentery
  •   Antihistamine, eg Cetrizine for daytime and Promethazine for night
  •   Antiseptic, eg Betadine
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  •   Antispasmodic for stomach cramps, eg Buscopan Contraceptives
  •   Decongestant, eg Pseudoephedrine DEET-based insect repellent
  •   Diarrhoea treatment – an oral rehydration solution (eg Gastrolyte)
  •   diarrhoea 'stopper' (eg Loperamide)
  •   antinausea medication (eg Prochlorperazine)
  •   First-aid items such as scissors, bandages, gauze, thermometer, sterile needles and syringes, safety pins and tweezers Ibuprofen or other anti-inflammatory Iodine tablets (unless you are pregnant or have a thyroid problem) to purify water Laxative, eg Coloxyl
  •   Paracetamol
  •   Permethrin to impregnate clothing and mosquito nets
  •   Steroid cream for allergic/itchy rashes, eg 1% to 2% hydrocortisone Sunscreen
  •   Throat lozenges
  •   Thrush (vaginal yeast infection) treatment, eg Clotrimazole pessaries
  •   Ural or equivalent if you're prone to urine infections
  •   There are a number of good hospitals present here where you can go in case of any emergency
  •   The HHC number is 112.
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