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...  Anti-inflammatory nasal sprays are recommended as first line treatment for airborne allergies and can be purchased over the counter from a pharmacy. Anti-inflammatory nasal sprays work best when they ...
... your pharmacy. There are several on the market, and all function in a similar way by measuring the level of pregnancy hormone in your urine, a hormone produced by the placenta in early pregnancy. The best ...
If you are experiencing pain and stiffness in your joints there are a number of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen that can be bought from the pharmacy to relieve pain ...
...  These antifungal agents are available in a wide variety of creams, sprays, powders and nail lacquers and all may bought without a prescription from a pharmacy. Most cases of athlete’s foot can ...
Once you have been medically diagnosed with IBS by your GP, there are a range of products you can buy from your pharmacy without prescription that help to relieve abdominal pain associated  ...
Medicines You do not have to put up with acne. For mild acne, there are several products available over the counter from your local pharmacy. Treatments are generally divided into keratolytics, antibacterials ...
...  A range of catheters, sheaths, pads and pants is available to help control urinary incontinence and can be bought from the pharmacy or prescribed by your doctor or nurse.  ...
... non-pharmacy outlets and will only be available from your local pharmacy. Visit your pharmacist for advice about flu and to stock up with medicines that will help ease the symptoms should you or members ...
Treatments for common warts and verrucae are available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. However, wart treatments sold at your local pharmacy do not work for genital warts. ...
... Preparations containing either mebendezole or piperazine are available from your pharmacy without the need for a prescription. However, it is important when purchasing these products that you let the pharmacist ...
All of the teething gels and infant analgesic suspensions are available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. If your child starts teething particularly early, let your pharmacist ...
There are a large number of sore throat pastilles and sprays available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription that will help ease the symptoms of tonsillitis. Choice is usually based ...
There are many preparations for the relief of travel sickness available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. Some products act for short periods, for example hyoscine tablets ...
... application containing clotrimazole or econazole all available through your pharmacy without the need for a prescription. Each of these preparations is used in a different way and for different lengths ...
... special sterile bandages available from the pharmacy will help soothe the burn, kill bacteria and protect the damaged skin. Simple painkillers such as paracetamol may be used for pain relief.  ...
... available from the pharmacy will help soothe the burn, kill bacteria and protect the damaged skin. Simple pain killers such as paracetamol may be used for pain relief. Severe burns and scalds - the ...
...  Check with your doctor or practice nurse as soon as you have decided where and when you are travelling, and they will advise you on an appropriate vaccination schedule. Your pharmacy will aslo be able ...
...  the correct way to use medicines prescribed by the clinic or by your doctor. Male and female condoms are widely available from your local pharmacy and can be discretely carried in a wallet or  ...
All of the products for the relief of sinusitis are available from your community pharmacy without a prescription. Describe your symptoms to your pharmacist who will be able to determine whether ...
... worth nominating a pharmacy to be involved in the repeat dispensing of your prescriptions. In this way, your pharmacist will get to know you and the medicines that you are taking and will be available ...
Creams and lotions providing protection against the sun are available from your local pharmacy. Your pharmacist or healthcare assistant will be able to explain the SPF and star rating of the products ...
... available from the pharmacy will help soothe the burn, kill bacteria and protect the damaged skin. Simple pain killers such as paracetamol may be used for pain relief. Severe burns and scalds - the ...
... advice If you are still concerned, call your pharmacist, GP or NHS Direct on 0845 4647 Do not go into your pharmacy, GP surgery, or to a hospital, as you may spread the disease to others Call ...
Many of the traditional cough and cold medicines are no longer supplied from supermarkets or other non-pharmacy outlets and are available only from local pharmacies following a review of the safety of ...
Although most styes usually get better on their own within a few days, eye drops or ointment are available from your local pharmacy which may help soothe the pain and prevent the infection from spreading. ...
Drops containing activated dimeticone or drops containing the enzyme lactase can be bought from the pharmacy. In older babies, alcohol-free gripe waters can help. Always check with the pharmacist before ...
There is a huge range of sore throat pastilles and sprays available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. Choice is usually based on personal taste for the various flavours used, ...
Many of the traditional cough and cold medicines are no longer supplied from supermarkets or other non-pharmacy outlets and are available only from a local pharmacy following a review of the safety of ...
Herbal and over-the-counter remedies for the short term relief of sleep disturbances are available from your community pharmacy without the need for a prescription. When purchasing such products ...
... obtained from your local pharmacy where you can also get antiseptic creams, plasters and dressings. If you think that the cut or graze has become infected, show the wound to your pharmacist who will be ...
... you may be able to obtain one through your local pharmacy. St John's wort can also be obtained from your pharmacy without a prescription, but it is important that you tell your pharmacist ...
Your pharmacy stocks a wide range of rehydration supplements that can be purchased without a prescription. It is a good idea to keep a supply of the products at home in case they are suddenly needed. ...
... rehydration solutions (ORS) are recommended and should be available from your local pharmacy. You should use ORS before you consider seeking advice from your GP. Eating should be encouraged as soon ...
You can obtain paracetamol from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription to help reduce your child’s temperature following immunisation. Always check the label of medicines ...
Almost all antifungal preparations for the treatment of ringworm can be obtained from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. Describe the symptoms fully and your pharmacist will recommend ...
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and mild analgesics are available in a wide variety of strengths, combinations and formulations from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. Always ...
... be obtained from your local pharmacy without a prescription, and are suitable to use if symptoms flare up. If your pharmacist thinks that your symptoms are too severe to be managed by over the counter ...
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All of the treatments for head lice, body lice and pubic lice are available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. When buying any of these over-the-counter remedies let your pharmacist ...
...  advice. If you want to try one of the local anaesthetic sprays, these are available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription.  ...
You can obtain paracetamol from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription to help reduce your child's temperature following immunisation. Always check the label of medicines to make sure ...
... your doctor may prescribe more powerful products than can be purchased from your pharmacy, or a decision may be made to send you to a specialist to have the piles removed.  ...
... All of the creams to prevent and treat nappy rash can be obtained from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. If your baby has suffered from nappy rash for a long time and your pharmacist ...
... which some women find helpful, are also available through your pharmacy without a prescription.  ...
You can obtain paracetamol from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription to help reduce your baby's temperature following immunisation. Always check the label of medicines to make sure ...
Visit your pharmacist if you are concerned about mouth ulcers. Most of the preparations that will ease discomfort or will help healing are available from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. ...
Many pharmacists now provide a blood pressure measuring service. You can simply call into your pharmacy to have your blood pressure checked if you are concerned about your blood pressure or simply ...
You can obtain paracetamol from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription to help reduce a raised temperature following immunisation. Always check the label of medicines to make sure ...
You can obtain paracetamol from your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription to help reduce your baby’s temperature following immunisation. Always check the label of medicines to make ...
... has required a colostomy, then your local pharmacy is likely to supply all the necessary equipment. Allow your pharmacist plenty of time to order the right size bags and accessories. If you are experiencing ...
... that you visit your doctor to have it changed. If you prefer to manage your symptoms through the use of supplements, many of these are available through your local pharmacy without the need for a prescription. ...
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