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Dudley Self Care Leaflet 2016.pdf

Pharmacy First For Minor Ailments

Are you suffering from one of the following ailments/illnesses?

 

Athletes FootHeadache
Cold SoresHead Lice
CoughsIndigestion/Reflux
Colds and FluInfant Colic
ConjunctivitisInfant Decongestant
ConstipationInsect Bites & Stings
CystitisMouth Ulcer
DermatitisNappy Rash and Teething
DiarrhoeaScabies
Dry Skin (Simple Eczema)Sore Throat
Earache/Ear WaxSunburn
Eye Infection (bacterial)Thread Worm
FeverVaginal Thrush/Oral Thrush
HaemorrhoidsVerrucas / Warts
Hayfever (allergic rhinitis)Vomiting / Dizziness

 

If Yes, then why not visit a pharmacy first, ask to see the pharmacist
and get help over the counter.

If you qualify for a free prescription you can use the service totally free six time in a period of twelve months. If you do not qualify for a free prescription you pay the cost of the medication, which is usually less than the prescription charge.

Find your local pharmacies and their opening times. Click here to check

Enter your post code and the the site will list your local pharmacies and their opening times.

For more information on Self Care click the link below:

Self Care Fact Sheets

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