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Asthma Inhalers

Buy Asthma Inhalers straight from your pharmacist Your Pharmacist is now qualified to sell you a salbutamol (blue) asthama inhaler after a short consultation in the private consultation room. This is not an NHS service and you will be required to pay for the inhaler, but there is no need for an appointment and provided […]

Dry And Itchy Eyes

Many people get dry eyes. It's not usually serious and there are things you can do to help. Check if you have dry eyes You may have dry eyes if your eyes are: itchy sore gritty red blurry sensitive to light more watery than normal Causes of dry eyes You may be more likely to […]

Incontinence (Urinary)

Incontinence pads and other products and devices can make life easier for you if you're waiting for a diagnosis or for a treatment to work. A wide range of products and devices are available for urinary incontinence. They include: pads and pants bed and chair protection catheters and penile sheaths skincare and hygiene products specially […]

Stop Smoking

HOW DO YOU STOP SMOKING? Recognising the dangers of smoking is the first step to quitting for good. There are several ways to go about kicking the habit, from behavioural therapy to nicotine replacement products. There is no single way for everyone to quit smoking. But it is important to note that, statistically, only between […]

Athlete's foot

Athlete's foot is a common fungal infection that affects the feet. You can usually treat it with creams, sprays or powders from a pharmacy, but it can keep coming back. Check if you have athlete's foot Symptoms of athlete's foot include: Itchy white patches between your toes. Red, sore and flaky patches on your feet. […]

Dry mouth

A dry mouth is rarely a sign of anything serious. There are things you can do to help ease it yourself. See a GP if these don't work or you also have other symptoms. Causes of a dry mouth The main causes of a dry mouth are: dehydration – for example, from not drinking enough, sweating […]

Indigestion

Most people have indigestion at some point. Usually, it's not a sign of anything more serious and you can treat it yourself. How to tell if you have indigestion (dyspepsia) You can have the following symptoms after eating or drinking: heartburn – a painful burning feeling in the chest, often after eating feeling full and […]

Sunburn

Sunburn is red, hot and sore skin caused by too much sun. It may flake and peel after a few days. You can treat it yourself. It usually gets better within 7 days. How to ease sunburn yourself Do get out of the sun as soon as possible cool your skin with a cool shower, […]

Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a common cause of unusual vaginal discharge. BV is not a sexually transmitted infection (STI), but it can increase your risk of getting an STI such as chlamydia. Check if you have bacterial vaginosis The most common symptom of bacterial vaginosis is unusual vaginal discharge that has a strong fishy smell, […]

Eczema (Atopic)

Atopic eczema (atopic dermatitis) is the most common form of eczema, a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, dry and cracked. Atopic eczema is more common in children, often developing before their first birthday. But it may also develop for the first time in adults. It's usually a long-term (chronic) condition, although it can […]

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