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Sildenafil 
Sildenafil
Sildenafil
  • £16.99
     
  • £28.99
     
  • £34.99
     
  • £18.99
     
  • £29.99
     
  • £47.99
     
  • £19.99
     
  • £31.99
     
  • £50.99
     
 
Finasteride 1mg 
Finasteride 1mg
Finasteride 1mg
  • £16.99
     
  • £28.99
     
  • £38.99
     
  • £65.99
     
 
Tadalafil 
Tadalafil
Tadalafil
  • £24.99
     
  • £39.99
     
  • £59.99
     
  • £24.99
     
  • £39.99
     
  • £57.99
     
 
Viagra 
Viagra
Viagra
  • £51.00
     
  • £88.50
     
  • £180.00
     
  • £66.00
     
  • £119.00
     
  • £200.00
     
  • £71.00
     
  • £131.00
     
  • £250.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Viagra was the first PDE-5 inhibitor licensed to treat erectile dysfunction. The active ingredient is Sildenafil. Viagra is the brand name but you can also buy non-branded sildenafil from The Doctor Service too, which is cheaper.
     
  • How it works
    It works by blocking the action of a chemical called phosophodiesterase-5 which helps to widen blood vessels flowing to the penis to increase the blood flow helping to maintain an erection.
     
  • How To Take Viagra
    Viagra should be taken with water about 30-60 minutes before sex. Having a large meal can slow down the absorption time, so taking longer for it work, and sometimes reducing its effectiveness.
     
  • Effectiveness
    Most men will achieve significant results with PDE-5 inhibitors such as Sildenafil. Some people will get better results at higher doses, whereas others may need to reduce the dose to 25mg if they are unable to tolerate some of the common side effects.
     
  • When To Take
    The medication is most effective taken 30-60 minutes before sex. Having a large meal may slow down the absorption so it could take more time to have an effect. Its effects usually last up to 4 hours.
     
  • Different Options
    There are different options apart from Viagra, which might be better suited. See the comparison of different options within the main text.
     
  • Very common side effects (more than 1 in 10)
    Headache usually mild and self-resolving. If not tolerated you should not take this medication.
     
  • Common side effects (less than 1 in 10)
    These are for the most part quite well tolerated. These milder side effects include mild headache, facial flushing, nasal congestion, indigestion and occasional dizziness.
     
  • Uncommon Side Effects (less than 1 in 100)
    Vomiting, skin rash, eye problems including irritation, blood shot eyes, bleeding at the back of the eye, double vision, watery eyes and further other rare available to read in the Patient Information Leaflet http://bit.ly/sildenafilTDS
     
  • Rare but Important Side Effects to be aware of (less than 1 in 1,000 affected)
    There are certain side effects much rarer, but if you experience them you should stop taking this medication. These include chest pain, and erection that won't subside after 4 hours (priapism), loss of vision, seizures or severe allergic reaction - including wheezing or breathing problems. A full list is available at http://bit.ly/sildenafilTDS
     
  • Priapism
    If you experience priapism, which is when an erection will not subside after 4 hours, then this is seen as a medical emergency, and you must attend an emergency department for further management. It is very rare, but an important side effect to be aware of.
     
  • When Not To Use
    You should not use the medication if you have certain other medical conditions. This includes the use of medications including GTN spray, tamsulosin or doxazosin. please read about these in the information provided on this page.
     
  • Maximum Dose
    You should not exceed the stated dose as you could be putting yourself at risk of serious side effects.x
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Spedra 
Spedra
Spedra
  • £21.00
     
  • £34.50
     
  • £56.00
     
  • £24.00
     
  • £43.50
     
  • £74.50
     
  • £36.00
     
  • £61.00
     
  • £104.50
     
 
Nitrofurantoin 50mg 
Nitrofurantoin 50mg
Nitrofurantoin 50mg
  • £16.50
     
  • £21.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Nitrofurantoin is the most commonly used antibiotic for Cystitis in the UK
     
  • How it Works
    Attacks the bacteria directly which are causing the infection
     
  • Key Information
    Nitrofurantoin 50mg Capsules are taken four times a day, for 3 days.
     
  • Effectiveness
    Usually fully effective within 3 days, with most symptoms improving within 48 hours. You should complete the course to reduce the chance of recurrence of infection.
     
  • Side Effects
    Like all medicines, Macrobid can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them. Most are mild and disappear when you stop taking Macrobid. Urine can become quite dark yellow or brown when taking this medication which is quite normal.
     
  • Common Side Effects
    Some people experience nausea, or headache when taking the medication.
     
  • Rare Side Effects
    Rare side effects may include confusion, cough, fever, or pains in joints or muscles or an allergic reaction. If any of these symptoms occur you should stop the medication and see a health professional for further advice.
     
  • Liver Problems
    You should not take this medication if you suffer from jaundice or liver problems.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Nitrofurantoin Modified Release (MacroBid) 100mg 
Nitrofurantoin Modified Release (MacroBid) 100mg
Nitrofurantoin Modified Release (MacroBid) 100mg
  • £17.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Nitrofurantoin is the most commonly used antibiotic for Cystits in the UK. Macrobid is the 100mg dose, which means it only needs to be taken twice daily.
     
  • How it Works
    Attacks the bacteria directly which are causing the infection
     
  • How to Take Macrobid
    Macrobid only needs to be taken twice a day, for 3 days.
     
  • Effectiveness
    Usually fully effective within 3 days, with most symptoms improving within 48 hours. You should complete the course to reduce the chance of recurrence of infection.
     
  • Side Effects
    Like all medicines, Macrobid can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them. Most are mild and disappear when you stop taking Macrobid. Urine can become quite dark yellow or brown when taking this medication which is quite normal.
     
  • Common Side Effects
    Some people experience nausea, or headache when taking the medication.
     
  • Rare Side Effects
    Rare side effects may include confusion, cough, fever, or pains in joints or muscles or an allergic reaction. If any of these symptoms occur you should stop the medication and see a health professional for further advice.
     
  • Liver Problems
    You should not take this medication if you suffer from jaundice or liver problems.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Trimethoprim 200mg 
Trimethoprim 200mg
Trimethoprim 200mg
  • £13.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Trimethoprim is the second most commonly used antibiotic for Cystitis after Nitrofurantoin.
     
  • How It Works
    Trimethoprim works by attacking the bacteria which are causing the urine infection
     
  • How to Take
    Trimethoprim tablets are taken twice daily, for 3 days.
     
  • Effectiveness
    Usually fully effective within 3 days, with most symptoms improving within 48 hours. You should complete the course to reduce the chance of recurrence of infection.
     
  • Common side effects (more than 1 in 100)
    Usually a very well-tolerated medication, although some people do sometimes report symptoms itching or rash, nausea or stomach discomfort.
     
  • Very Rare side effects (less than 1 in 10,000)
    Full information on side effects can be found in the patient information leaflet. Very rare side effects include cough, constipation or diarrhoea, change in behaviour and vertigo.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Non-Branded Malarone (Proguanil/Atovaquone) 
Non-Branded Malarone (Proguanil/Atovaquone)
Non-Branded Malarone (Proguanil/Atovaquone)
  • £21.99
     
  • £33.99
     
  • £41.99
     
  • £49.99
     
  • £59.99
     
  • £67.99
     
  • £80.99
     
  • £109.99
     
 
Malarone Branded 100mg/250mg 
Malarone Branded 100mg/250mg
Malarone Branded 100mg/250mg
  • £53.00
     
  • £70.00
     
  • £87.00
     
  • £103.00
     
  • £125.00
     
  • £143.00
     
  • £180.99
     
  • £229.00
     
 
Fexofenadine 120mg 
Fexofenadine 120mg
Fexofenadine 120mg
  • £17.00
     
  • £24.99
     
  • £32.99
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Fexofenadine is the generic drug form of the original brand Telfast. It is the same medication and is cheaper.
     
  • How it works
    Fexofenadine works by blocking histamine release in the body. Histamine release is what causes the symptoms of hay fever / seasonal allergies
     
  • How to take Fexofenadine
    The 120mg fexofenadine tablets should be taken before a meal, swallowed whole with water
     
  • Why Fexofenadine
    Fexofenadine is a prescription only anti-histamine, and many people find that it is more effective than other over-the-counter antihistamines.
     
  • Effectiveness
    Studies have shown significant effectiveness of fexofenadine in treatment of allergic rhinitis, and many patients prefer its use over over-the-counter anti-histamines. If you are not getting relief with other anti-histamines then it might be worth trying Fexofenadine.
     
  • Side Effects
    Fexofenadine is a very well-tolerated medication but some people do experience some side effects. Less serious side effects include some nausea, diarrhoea or upset stomach. It is unlikely to get an allergic reaction with this medication but if you do, then you should stop taking this medication and seek further advice.
     
  • Common Side Effects (less than 1 in 10 people affected)
    Fexofenadine is a non-drowsy antihistamine however it can still potentially cause drowsiness in some people. Other common side effects may include nausea, dizziness and dry mouth.
     
  • Uncommon Side Effects (less than 1 in 100 people affected)
    Less common side effects that could occur include sleep disturbance, nervousness, bad dreams or an irregular / fast heart beat.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Telfast (Fexofenadine) 120mg 
Telfast (Fexofenadine) 120mg
Telfast (Fexofenadine) 120mg
  • £17.50
     
  • £24.00
     
  • £32.50
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Telfast is the brand name of the generic drug form Fexofenadine.
     
  • How it works
    Telfast works by blocking histamine release in the body. Histamine release is what causes the symptoms of hay fever / seasonal allergies
     
  • How to take Fexofenadine
    The 120mg fexofenadine tablets should be taken before a meal, swallowed whole with water
     
  • Why Fexofenadine
    Fexofenadine is a prescription only anti-histamine, and many people find that it is more effective than other over-the-counter antihistamines.
     
  • Effectiveness
    Studies have shown significant effectiveness of fexofenadine in treatment of allergic rhinitis, and many patients prefer its use over over-the-counter anti-histamines. If you are not getting relief with other anti-histamines then it might be worth trying Fexofenadine.
     
  • Side Effects
    Fexofenadine is a very well-tolerated medication but some people do experience some side effects. Less serious side effects include some nausea, diarrhoea or upset stomach. It is unlikely to get an allergic reaction with this medication but if you do, then you should stop taking this medication and seek further advice.
     
  • Common Side Effects (less than 1 in 10 people affected)
    Fexofenadine is a non-drowsy antihistamine however it can still potentially cause drowsiness in some people. Other common side effects may include nausea, dizziness and dry mouth.
     
  • Uncommon Side Effects (less than 1 in 100 people affected)
    Less common side effects that could occur include sleep disturbance, nervousness, bad dreams or an irregular / fast heart beat.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Duac 
Duac
Duac
  • £24.00
     
  • £42.50
     
  • £27.99
     
  • £49.99
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Two Ingredients: Benzoyl Peroxide & Clindamcyin
    Duac is one of the most commonly prescribed acne creams. Benzoyl Peroxide and Clindamycin are the two active ingredients which work to kill bacteria which contribute to spot formation.
     
Adapalene 0.1% 
Adapalene 0.1%
Adapalene 0.1%
  • £32.00
     
  • £32.00
     
  • £55.00
     
  • £55.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Differin is a Retinoid
    Retinoids help to remove dead skin and increase cell turnover. Retinoids will also help reduce the signs of ageing.
     
Epiduo 0.1%/2.5% 
Epiduo 0.1%/2.5%
Epiduo 0.1%/2.5%
  • £33.00
     
  • £52.50
     
  • £76.50
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Two Ingredients - Benzoyl Peroxide & Adapalene
    Benzoyl Peroxide is an antiseptic which helps to kill bacteria, and Adapalene is a Retinoid. It works by removing dead skin and increasing cell turnover, and has also been found to reduce the signs of ageing. It is a bit stronger than the other creams.
     
Doxycycline 
Doxycycline
Doxycycline
  • £20.00
     
  • £35.00
     
  • £45.00
     
 
Doxycycline & Benzoyl Peroxide 5% 
Doxycycline & Adapalene 
  • Key Information
  • Take with a Topical Gel or Cream
    Doxycycline is an antibiotic and must be taken with an acne gel or cream, ideally for 3 months for the best results. You can choose to take with benzoyl peroxide or Differin.
     
Lymecycline 
Lymecycline
Lymecycline
  • £19.50
     
  • £28.50
     
  • £38.50
     
 
Lymecycline 408mg & Benzoyl Peroxide 5% 
Lymecycline & Adapalene Gel 
  • Key Information
  • Take with a Topical Gel or Cream
    Lymecycline is an antibiotic and must be taken with an acne gel or cream, ideally for 3 months for the best results. You can choose to take with benzoyl peroxide or Differin.
     
Champix Starter Pack - 0.5mg/1mg 
Champix Starter Pack - 0.5mg/1mg
Champix Starter Pack - 0.5mg/1mg
  • £46.85
     
  • £81.75
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Champix is the most commonly prescribed tablet medication to help smokers quit, and is the most effective of available treatments. It contains Varenicline which creates a similar effect to nicotine, so you get less withdrawal effects when stopping smoking.
     
  • How it works
    Champix works by binding to the receptors in the brain which nicotine usually binds to. This prevents the development of craving and withdrawal feelings.
     
  • When to take Champix Starter Pack
    You should start the pack at least 1 week before your stop smoking due date, and continue for 3-6 months afterwards.
     
  • How To Take Champix Starter Pack
    The full instructions are contained within the medication information leaflet. Here is a summary: Day 1-3 - one white Champix 0.5mg tablet once daily. Day 4-7 - two white Champix 0.5mg tablets twice daily, AM and PM. Day 8 - two blue Champix 1mg tablets twice daily, AM and PM for one week. Following the starter pack you should continue with a continuation pack for at least 3 months for most effective results.
     
  • Reducing nausea side effects
    You can reduce the chance of nausea occurring by taking Champix with a full glass of water
     
  • Why Champix?
    Champix is the most effective option for stopping smoking. It is 2-3 times more effective than attempted to stop smoking in your own, and increases rates of quitting from 8 in 100 to nearly 21 in 100. If combined with stop smoking therapy it has been found to be 4 times as effective when compared to going cold turkey.
     
  • Effectiveness
    It is a combination of treatment with willpower with occasionally other adjuncts such as nicotine replacement patches to help you quit. It isn't easy but Varenicline (Champix) should help to increase your chances of quitting significantly.
     
  • Very common side effects (more than 1 in 10)
    Irritation of the nose and throat, vivid or abnormal dreams, sometimes difficulty sleeping, headaches and nausea
     
  • Common side effects (less than 1 in 10)
    There is an increased risk of chest infections, sinus inflammation, weight and appetite change, sleep disturbance, skin and joint changes, abdominal symptoms including heart burn and nausea, chest pain and tiredness You can reduce the chance of nausea occurring by taking Champix with a full glass of water
     
  • Uncommon & Rare Side Effects
    Increased risk of viral and fungal infections, changes in vision plus others. The full list of Uncommon and Rare Side Effects is available in the Patient Information Leaflet which we recommend you read. http://bit.ly/champixTDS
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects. bit.ly/champixTDS
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
  • Ingredients
    The active ingredient is varenicline (as tartrate). Each tablet also contains: Cellulose, Microcrystalline, Calcium Hydrogen Phosphate Anhydrous, Croscarmellose Sodium, Silica, Colloidal Anhydrous, Magnesium Stearate, Hypromellose, Titanium Dioxide (E171), Macrogols, Triacetin. 1mg tablet also contains Indigo Carmine Aluminium Lake E132 excipient in its film coating.
     
Champix Continuation Pack 1mg 
Champix Continuation Pack 1mg
Champix Continuation Pack 1mg
  • £41.50
     
  • £76.50
     
  • £138.50
     
  • £202.50
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Champix is the most commonly prescribed tablet medication to help smokers quit, and is the most effective of available treatments. It contains Varenicline which creates a similar effect to nicotine, so you get less withdrawal effects when stopping smoking.
     
  • How it works
    Champix works by binding to the receptors in the brain which nicotine usually binds to. This prevents the development of craving and withdrawal feelings.
     
  • How To Take Champix Continuation Pack
    You should use this pack once you have completed the starter pack, or following on from another continuation pack.
     
  • How To Take Champix Continuation Pack
    Take one blue 1mg tablet twice daily, morning and evening, spaced 12 hours apart at the same time daily.
     
  • Reducing nausea side effects
    You can reduce the chance of nausea occurring by taking Champix with a full glass of water
     
  • Why Champix?
    Champix is the most effective option for stopping smoking. It is 2-3 times more effective than attempted to stop smoking in your own, and increases rates of quitting from 8 in 100 to nearly 21 in 100. If combined with stop smoking therapy it has been found to be 4 times as effective when compared to going cold turkey.
     
  • Effectiveness
    It is a combination of treatment with willpower with occasionally other adjuncts such as nicotine replacement patches to help you quit. It isn't easy but Varenicline (Champix) should help to increase your chances of quitting significantly.
     
  • Very common side effects (more than 1 in 10)
    Irritation of the nose and throat, vivid or abnormal dreams, sometimes difficulty sleeping, headaches and nausea
     
  • Common side effects (less than 1 in 10)
    There is an increased risk of chest infections, sinus inflammation, weight and appetite change, sleep disturbance, skin and joint changes, abdominal symptoms including heart burn and nausea, chest pain and tiredness You can reduce the chance of nausea occurring by taking Champix with a full glass of water
     
  • Uncommon & Rare Side Effects
    Increased risk of viral and fungal infections, changes in vision plus others. The full list of Uncommon and Rare Side Effects is available in the Patient Information Leaflet which we recommend you read. http://bit.ly/champixTDS
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects. bit.ly/champixTDS
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
  • Ingredients
    The active ingredient is varenicline (as tartrate). Each tablet also contains: Cellulose, Microcrystalline, Calcium Hydrogen Phosphate Anhydrous, Croscarmellose Sodium, Silica, Colloidal Anhydrous, Magnesium Stearate, Hypromellose, Titanium Dioxide (E171), Macrogols, Triacetin. 1mg tablet also contains Indigo Carmine Aluminium Lake E132 excipient in its film coating.
     
Canesten Clotrimazole Cream 1% 
Canesten Clotrimazole Cream 1%
Canesten Clotrimazole Cream 1%
  • £11.50
     
  • £20.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Clotrimazole is a commonly used treatment for thrush in men and women. Canesten is the most widely known brand.
     
  • How it works
    Clotrimazole kills fungal infections by interfering with the cell wall growth of the microorganisms.
     
  • How To Use
    You can use the treatment for up to 2 weeks but we recommend a 7 day course which is usually sufficient. You need to apply 2-3 times per day.
     
  • Effectiveness
    It is a very commonly used treatment for many different types of fungal infections and effective in most cases. If it is ineffective then you should consider a different preparation, or have a review with a health professional in person.
     
  • Side Effects
    It is a well-tolerated medication with usually minimal side effects. Some people may experience mild irritation or mild redness, but this does not occur in most people.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Canesten HC (Clotrimazole + Hydrocortisone 1%) 
Canesten HC (Clotrimazole + Hydrocortisone 1%)
Canesten HC (Clotrimazole + Hydrocortisone 1%)
  • £18.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Ingredients
    Canesten HC contains 2 main active ingredients. Clotrimazole 1% and Hydrocortisone 1%.
     
  • How it works
    Clotrimazole works as an anti-fungal, while the hydrocortisone helps as a mild anti-inflammatory agent.
     
  • why add in the steroid?
    This medicine may be more useful than clotrimazole on its own if you are experiencing inflammation or more irritation of the skin.
     
  • Brand
    Canesten HC is the brand name for this medication.
     
  • Effectiveness
    It is a very commonly used treatment and is effective in most cases. If it is not effective then we recommend you seek a further review with a health professional in person so they can examine and determine whether any different treatment is required.
     
  • Side Effects
    It is a well-tolerated medication with usually minimal side effects. Some people may experience mild irritation or mild redness, but this does not occur in most people.
     
  • Steroid over-use
    Steroids can cause thinning of the skin if they are over-used. However hydrocortisone 1% is a very low dose steroid so this risk is very low. You should not use the cream for more than 10 days to prevent this from occurring.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Clotrimazole 1% Cream 
Clotrimazole 1% Cream
Clotrimazole 1% Cream
  • £15.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Clotrimazole is a commonly used treatment for thrush in men and women.
     
  • How it works
    Clotrimazole kills fungal infections by intefering with the cell wall growth of the microorganisms.
     
  • How To Use
    You can use the treatment for up to 2 weeks but we recommend a 7 day course which is usually sufficient. You need to apply 2-3 times per day.
     
  • Effectiveness
    It is a very commonly used treatment for many different types of fungal infections and effective in most cases. If it is ineffective then you should consider a different preparation, or have a review with a health professional in person.
     
  • Side Effects
    It is a well-tolerated medication with usually minimal side effects. Some people may experience mild irritation or mild redness, but this does not occur in most people.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Daktarin (Miconazole) 2% 
Daktarin (Miconazole) 2%
Daktarin (Miconazole) 2%
  • £17.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Daktarin contains the active ingredient miconazole. It is less commonly used to treat thrush than clotrimazole.
     
  • How it works
    Daktarin kills fungal infections by interfering with the cell wall growth of the microorganisms.
     
  • How To Use
    You can use the treatment for up to 2 weeks but we recommend a 7 day course which is usually sufficient. You need to apply 2-3 times per day.
     
  • Effectiveness
    It is a very commonly used treatment for many different types of fungal infections and effective in most cases. If it is ineffective then you should consider a different preparation, or have a review with a health professional in person.
     
  • Side Effects
    It is a well-tolerated medication with usually minimal side effects. Some people may experience mild irritation or mild redness, but this does not occur in most people.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Doxycycline Hyclate 100mg 
Doxycycline Hyclate 100mg
Doxycycline Hyclate 100mg
  • £16.50
     
  • £17.50
     
  • £18.50
     
  • £19.50
     
  • £20.50
     
  • £21.50
     
  • £24.00
     
  • £30.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Effectiveness
  • Side Effects
  • Full patient info leaflet
  • Key Information
    Doxycycline is an anti-malarial medication and an antibiotic. It must be taken once daily, with food ideally in the morning or afternoon. It is the cheapest of the anti-malarials that we provide.
     
  • Treatment Duration
    Doxycycline must be started 2 days before entering the malaria-risk area and continue for 4 weeks after leaving the malaria-risk area.
     
  • Your age
    We provide this service to over 18s only. You must fill out your own assessment form and we are unable to prescribe on behalf of other people
     
  • When you should not take this medication
    If you are allergic to doxycyline or any of its ingredients you should not take this medication. if you are pregnant or breast-feeding you should also not take this medication. Certain conditions will determine whether this medication is safe for you and the consultation and doctor review of your prescription will ensure this is the case
     
  • Effectiveness
    Doxycycline is a very effective anti-malarial medication and gives nearly 100% protection if taken as described, along with other protection measures.
     
  • Effectiveness
    Doxycycline is up to 96% effective in prevention of P.falciparum and 98% for P.vivax malaria types.
     
  • Side Effects (Rare less than 1 in 1,000 people affected)
    Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Rare side effects include headache, gastro-intestinal symptoms including nausea and feeling sick, indigestion and loss of appetite. There is always a chance of allergy to medication which
     
  • Very rare side effects (less than 1 in 10,000 people affected)
    very rare side effects include abdominal pain, discoloration of teeth (usually long term use only), increased sensitivity to sunlight and muscle or joint pain
     
  • Other side effects
    There are other side effects that have been reported but their frequency is unknown and are rare. These include ringing in the ears, faster heart rate, low blood pressure, skin irritation, gut, liver or pancreas inflammation.
     
  • Allergy
    You should stop using this medication if you develop signs of a serious allergy. Symptoms include swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include diarrhoea, cramps, severe burning, peeling of skin or itching. You should seek medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible. This is a precautionary message for people taking any new medicine.
     
  • Check the Patient Information Leaflet
    Check the Patient Information Leaflet for more information on potential side effects.
     
  • Reporting Side Effects
    You can report side effects directly to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) via the link www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
     
Regaine Extra Strength Foam 5% 
Regaine Extra Strength Foam 5%
Regaine Extra Strength Foam 5%
  • £35.00
     
  • £72.50
     
  • £97.99
     
 
Regaine Extra Strength Solution 5% 
GP Telephone Consultation - Select Clinic 
GP Telephone Consultation - Select Clinic
GP Telephone Consultation - Select Clinic
  • £20.00
     
  • £20.00
     
  • £20.00
     
  • £20.00
     
  • £20.00
     
  • £25.00
     
 
  • Key Information
  • Dr Kiran Sodha
    Dr Sodha is an NHS and Private GP in Stratford Upon Avon, and has practiced across Warwickshire, West Midlands, Hertfordshire and London. Dr Sodha gives clear, trusted advice cemented by his varied clinical experience.
     
  • Qualifications
    -MBBS- Bachelor of Medicine, Newcastle University. -MRCGP- Membership of The Royal College of GPs RCGP, London. -DCH- Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health RCPCH, London. -PGDipClinEd- Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Education RCPSG, Glasgow. -AFMCP- Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice IFM, London.
     
  • Dr Sodha's Ethos
    "Often doctors don't appreciate the journey the patient has taken before they speak to a health professional. Remembering when I've taken those journeys as a patient drives my professionalism, care and treatment. The quality of our conversations with patients are as important as the medicine we provide".
     
Finasteride Tablets & Regaine Extra Strength 5% Foam 
Finasteride Tablets & Regaine Extra Strength 5% Foam
Finasteride Tablets & Regaine Extra Strength 5% Foam
  • £37.99
     
  • £74.99
     
  • £140.99
     
 
Finasteride Tablets & Regaine Extra Strength 5% Solution 
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  • £9.00
     
  • £4.00
     
 
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