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pills_and_handDo not be surprised if your doctor does not give you a prescription. Most common, simple illnesses get better without any treatment at all. In particular, antibiotics will not cure viral infections. Indeed, they may make you feel worse. The symptoms of common illnesses may be helped by simple remedies such as aspirin (not for children under 16, please) or paracetamol, which all households should stock. Your local pharmacist will always be happy to advise. Hay fever treatment for all over the age of six can be obtained from the pharmacist. The 'morning after' pill is effective taken up to 72 hours later.

Repeat Prescriptions 

48 hours' notice is required for repeat prescriptions.

  1. You may register online by following the link on this page to the request form. Please click here for information on our new service.
  2. For the elderly and infirm our telephone requests line is open between 9.00 - 11.00am on (01908) 609240 and select option 2.
  3. A written request can be brought to reception.
  4. You can post your request to the practice allowing four days for this service. If you would like your prescription posted back to you please enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope.

Some local pharmacies provide a delivery service if you are unable to collect your medication. Please arrange this directly with the chemist. If you are on regular medication your doctor may agree to you having repeat medication for a limited time without an appointment.

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