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Flu Vaccinations

Who should have the flu jab?

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For most people, flu is an unpleasant illness, but it's not serious. If you are otherwise healthy, you will usually recover from flu within a week.

However, certain people are more likely to develop potentially serious complications of flu, such as bronchitis and pneumonia. These people should have a flu jab each year. Find out if you are eligible for a free flu vaccination here.

You can book your flu vaccination appointment from Friday 3rd October 2014, please call after 10am.

Symptom Checker

If you choose the right service for your needs, it enables us to focus on patients who need our help and have more serious/complex conditions.  Please help us to help you by choosing well. 

Use the symptom checker to check you are accessing the right service at the right time and obtain useful advice to help you manage your own health

http://www.nhs.uk/symptomcheckers/pages/symptoms.aspx

Pharmacies

Please consider your pharmacy as a really good source of advice and treatment, and use your GP surgery appropriately.  Common symptoms that the pharmacy can deal with include:

· Back ache, sprains and strains

· Colds

· Coughs

· Conjunctivitis

· Constipation

· Diarrhoea

· Earache

· Haemorrhoids

· Hay fever

· Head lice

· Headache and fever

· Heartburn and indigestion

· Insect bites and stings

· Mild eczema and dermatitis

· Minor fungal infections of the skin

· Mouth ulcers

· Nappy rash

· Sore throat

· Teething

· Threadworm

· Thrush

· Dressings for cuts

· Advice about medication

Click here to find your nearest pharmacy, or click on the icon:  Pharmacy.gif

  

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