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Altitude Sickness Medication

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I just got a prescription for Acetazolamide filled, to help prevent altitude sickness, as I intend to take the train to the top of the Jungfrau. The directions say I should start taking it a day or two before I experience high altitudes. However, given the uncertainty of visibility at the top of the Jungfrau,, I don't know which day I will head up the Jungfrau. Have any of you used this medication, and if so, any advice on using it? Should I just take it every day, (I'll be there for five days), since I don't know what day(s) I'll be going to the really high altitudes?

Thanks for your help with this.

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