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Flu Season is here!

This year there are 3 types of flu vaccine:

1. a quadrivalent nasal spray vaccine given to young people aged 2 to 17 years of age - clinic to be arranged in October (date tbc)

2. a quadrivalent injected vaccine for eligible adults aged 18 and over but BELOW 65 - clinics scheduled for Friday 21st September and Wed 3rd October.

3. an adjuvanted injected vaccine for eligible adults OVER 65 - clinics scheduled for Friday 14th September and Friday 12th October.

Please call us now to get yourself booked in.

(01406 370265)

Self Help Care

Self Help

coldWe are keen to help patients improve on self help and hope that the following information will offer some insight into that.

Take a look and see if you can improve your own understanding of your health and well-being! Please encourage others to look here too.

Here is a list of ailments that can be safely self managed. You will see that you can take a look via the hyperlink at the other websites which can offer you further information about managing your condition.

Common ailments that can be self managed :

Back pain

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Cold sores

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Common Cold

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Conjunctivitis

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Constipation

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Cough

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Diarrhoea

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Dysmenorrhoea (painful periods)

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Earache

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Haemorrhoids

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Hayfever

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Head lice

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Headache

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Heartburn & Indigestion

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Influenza

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Insect bites

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Migraine

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Nasal congestion

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Nappy rash

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Sore throat

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Sinusitis

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Sprains and strains

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Thrush

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Warts and Verrucas

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