There are no immediate changes to Infection, Prevention and Control requirements. This includes the requirement for staff, patients and visitors to wear a mask/face covering in healthcare settings [NHS England 23.02.22]

If you are suffering from any of the following common ailments, have you tried your pharmacy first?

To save you having to wait to see a Doctor, many pharmacies can offer advice and suggest over the counter medication.....

Common Ailments List

  1  Bites and stings

  2  Chickenpox

  3  Colds/Flu-like symptoms/Nasal congestion

  4  Cold sores

  5  Conjunctivitis (Acute bacterial)

  6  Constipation (Acute)

  7  Cough

  8  Cystitis

  9  Dermatitis/Dry skin/Allergic type skin rash

10  Diarrhoea (Acute)

11  Earache

12  Fever management

13  Fungal skin infections

14  Hayfever (seasonal allergic rhinitis)

15  Haemorrhoids

16  Headache/Migraine

17  Heartburn/Indigestion

18  Infant colic

19  Mouth ulcers

20  Nappy rash

21  Oral thrush

22  Scabies

23  Sore throat

24  Sprains and strains

25  Teething

26  Threadworms

27  Vaginal thrush

28  Warts and verrucas 

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