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Medicspot allows you to book same day private GP appointments at your local pharmacy. We use video conferencing and examination equipment which allows our doctors to treat 94% of health conditions, from aches and pains to mental health.
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A urinary tract infection, or UTI, can affect your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Women are more likely to develop a UTI than men. You will often need a treatment of antibiotics to treat the infection.
Tonsillitis symptoms often include a sore throat, swollen tonsils and fever. Viral tonsillitis is more common and doesn’t require antibiotic treatment.
Tinnitus can be caused by hearing loss, infection, earwax build-up and aging. If the cause is unknown, treatment may include a type of talking therapy.
Common sinusitis symptoms include a headache, blocked nose and face pain. Usually, sinusitis is a self-limiting condition that doesn’t need antibiotics.
Employers may ask for a doctor’s sick note if you’ve taken time off sick for more than 7 days in a row. Get a fit note from a Medicspot doctor today.
A migraine is a common neurological disorder that can cause moderate to severe headaches or throbbing pain on one or both sides of the head. Migraine can be triggered by emotional and physical triggers.
Lyme disease is transmitted through an infected tick. See a doctor for treatment if you experience symptoms of Lyme disease, such as an expanding oval rash.
Laryngitis symptoms include a hoarse voice, persistent cough and sore throat. It’s only contagious if caused by a viral, bacterial or fungal infection.
Herpes is a varied condition that affects many people. Understanding the types of herpes virus and steps you should take when infected will help you to live a normal and healthy life if you do have herpes infection.
Have you had your full body health check recently? You may be due for a health assessment. Medicspot offers a full health check to test for serious conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Get a GP referral letter to a hospital, specialist, or other health professional. A Medicspot doctor will review your case and issue your letter in 12 hours, for just £29.
Flu symptoms include a runny nose, sore throat, and fever. Most symptoms last for 7 days, but some may last up to 8 weeks. The flu jab can help protect against the virus in some groups of people.
Fatigue is a common condition with feelings of extreme tiredness or a lack of energy. Fatigue can be caused by medical conditions, mental health conditions or lifestyle factors.
Have you run out of your usual prescription? Do you need emergency medication? If you can’t see your regular GP, you should be able to pick up emergency medication from your local pharmacy.
Eczema is the collective term for a group of skin conditions that cause the skin to become red, itchy, swollen, scaly and cracked. Eczema can be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors and can affect all ages from babies to older adults.
Ear infection symptoms vary depending on the part of the that’s infected (inner, middle or outer). They’re common in children but also affect adults.
Contraceptive pills are medicines containing hormones that you take by mouth to prevent pregnancy. Both the combined pill and the minipill are convenient and highly effective when used correctly.
Chest infection symptoms can include a persistent cough, fever and fatigue. Pneumonia is often caused by bacteria and may require antibiotic treatment.
Birth control, or contraception, is any method used to prevent pregnancy. Contraception options include birth control pills, the contraceptive implant, injection, patch and coil.
Asthma symptoms include a tight chest, breathlessness, wheezing and coughing. Avoid triggers and use inhalers correctly to help prevent asthma attacks.
Anxiety is a sense of panic, worry or fear and is a normal response to an unusual or stressful event. Common anxiety disorders include GAD, social anxiety, OCD and PTSD. Your GP can prescribe medication or refer you to a specialist for talking therapies.
Antibiotics are prescribed to treat some types of bacterial infection. Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria change in response to the use of these medicines.
Medicspot is not suitable for children under 5 years of age. The following conditions cannot be treated by Medicspot.
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