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There is no longer the to visit your GP for the following common minor illnesses and ailments such as:

• indigestion • constipation • diarrhoea • piles • hay fever • head lice • teething • nappy rash • colic • chicken pox • threadworms • sore throat • athlete’s foot • eye infections  • mouth ulcers • cold sores • acne • dry eyes • dermatitis • verruca • back pain • vaginal thrush • oral thrush • scabies • ingrowing toenails

If your pharmacist feels that it is better for you to see your GP or another healthcare professional then they may tell you to make an appointment.

Can I still go to my GP?

You can still make an appointment with your GP if you feel this is more suitable.

Can I still go to other pharmacies? 

You can use other pharmacies to buy medicines or to pick up your prescriptions but remember;

• You can only use the service at the community pharmacy you are registered at; and

• It is safer if only one pharmacy has a record of all the medicines you are taking so that they can be sure that if your health changes your medicines are still suitable for you. 

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