DIARRHOEA
EARACHE
ECZEMA
EYE CONDITIONS
HAEMORRHOIDS
HAY FEVER
HEADLICE
Why not visit your local pharmacist to ask for advice if your condition may be self-limiting or of a minor nature. If appropriate, your pharmacist may refer you to a GP or other service. Alternatively ring NHS 111 service.

The service is confidential as pharmacists are bound by NHS confidentiality Regulations and the Data Protection Act. You should take evidence of your identity - eg NHS number. You may still need to visit your GP if the pharmacist advises this or if you need to obtain medication that can only be issued on prescription. The service is available from participating pharmacies at the times specified by them.

ACNE
ATHLETES FOOT
COLD SORES
CONSTIPATION
COUGHS AND COLDS
CYSTITIS
DANDRUFF
MINOR AILMENT
Your local Pharmacist may be able to help
Pharmacy

If you are unsure or if your symptoms do not improve or get worse ring NHS 111, consult a contact the surgery or NHS Walk-in centre
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HULL
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