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Allergies

An allergy is a reaction the body has to a particular food or substance. Allergies are very common. They're thought to affect more than 1 in 4 people in the UK at some point in their lives. They're particularly common in children. Some allergies go away as a child gets older, although many are lifelong. Adults can […]

Weight Loss Service (Lipotrim)

If you are overweight and are serious about losing weight, the Lipotrim Pharmacy Programme could help you reach your goal, knowing you have a highly trained healthcare professional on hand for information, advice and encouragement. You need to be overweight and serious about losing it . There are a few medical restrictions so you will […]

Antacids

Antacids are medicines that counteract (neutralise) the acid in your stomach to relieve indigestion and heartburn. They come as a liquid or chewable tablets and can be bought from pharmacies and shops without a prescription. When antacids are used Antacids may help if you have: indigestion heartburn or acid reflux – also known as gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) a stomach ulcer gastritis (inflammation of […]

Antihistamines

Antihistamines are medicines often used to relieve symptoms of allergies, such as hay fever, hives, conjunctivitis and reactions to insect bites or stings. They're also sometimes used to prevent motion sickness and as a short-term treatment for insomnia. Most antihistamines can be bought from pharmacies and shops, but some are only available on prescription. Types of antihistamine There are many types of antihistamine. They're usually divided into 2 main […]

Antimalarials

Antimalarial medication is used to prevent and treat malaria. You should always consider taking antimalarial medicine when travelling to areas where there's a risk of malaria. Visit your GP or local travel clinic for malaria advice as soon as you know when and where you're going to be travelling. It's very important to take the […]

Aspirin

Low-dose aspirin About low-dose aspirin Key facts Who can and can't take low-dose aspirin How and when to take it Side effects How to cope with side effects Pregnancy and breastfeeding Cautions with other medicines Common questions   1. About low-dose aspirin Daily low-dose aspirin is a blood thinning medicine. Aspirin is also known as […]

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 […]

Bedwetting

Bedwetting is common and often runs in families. It can be upsetting, but most children and young people will grow out of it. See a GP or school nurse for advice. Things you can do at home to help with bedwetting Do give your child enough water to drink during the day make sure your […]

Blood Pressure Monitors

How to choose a blood pressure monitor and measure your blood pressure at home Find out how to choose a reliable blood pressure monitor so you can measure your blood pressure at home. What is a normal blood pressure reading? A normal blood pressure reading is below 140/90, but if you have heart or circulatory disease, diabetes or kidney […]

Cold And Flu

You can often treat the flu without seeing a GP and should begin to feel better in about a week. Check if you have flu Flu symptoms come on very quickly and can include: a sudden fever – a temperature of 38C or above an aching body feeling tired or exhausted a dry cough a […]

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