Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed here you can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at:
By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this product.
If you need more advice consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Keep all medicines out of the sight and reach of children.
Twenty eight million people in the UK suffer from chronic pain but there are lots of ways you can get help. This page looks at how to get help for your pain. Talk your Local Pharmacist. “Community pharmacists are well placed to offer patients a service to help manage their pain.” 28 million adults in […]
Over the summer many UK news outlets and medical journals reported that Syphilis increasing at fastest rate since 1949. It is important to keep an eye out for syphilis symptoms if you are sexually active or a member of a high risk group. (source: the Independent) Syphilis is a bacterial infection that’s usually caught by […]
A pollen calendar can be used to track your hay fever symptoms in order to determine which plants/trees you are allergic to. This can help to ensure that you are taking anti-histamines at the right time of the year. How to Use. Each week of the spring and summer months has a box. Put an […]
Using a pain dairy can help you and your doctor/healthcare professional to understand your pain and what effects it. It can also help you to discuss your symptoms with healthcare professions and family members. This can, in turn help you manage your pain and to aid the finding of the most effective treatments. How to […]
Conjunctivitis is a common eye condition that affects the thin, transparent lining of tissue called the conjunctiva, the conjunctiva lines the inner surface of the eyelid and covers the white of the eye. Conjunctivitis infection is often referred to as red eye. What are the symptoms of Conjunctivitis? Conjunctivitis can be in one or […]
Everybody who is travelling in Europe needs an EHIC card – million’s of people have let their EHIC cards expire and million’s more cards are due to expire in 2018, so ensure yours is valid before you go away. This in no way replaces your travel insurance, you will still need to get this. What it […]
What is Vertigo? Vertigo is not a condition it is a specific symptom and there is usually a underlying condition causing vertigo. Vertigo makes you feel dizzy and that everything around you is spinning, so affecting your balance. A vertigo attack can last for anything from a few seconds to hours. In severe cases it […]
Getting ready for that trip can be stressful and fun. With all that excitement though you could forget to pack those all essential must have’s. Here at Home Health UK we are able to help make sure that you are ‘fit for travel’ with everything you need to get you through your holiday without disaster […]
Erectile Dysfunction (OTC) Over the Counter A decision by the MHRA (Medical Healthcare Regulatory Agency) to allow men over 18 to purchase Erectile Dysfunction treatment as an over the counter product without the need for a prescription was announced yesterday (28/11/17). This means Britain will be the first country to make this change. The MHRA […]
The Kidney Your body has two kidneys one on each side of your abdomen, they are shaped like a bean. Each kidney is about the size of fist, the kidneys make urine, which then drains down the tubes (ureter’s) and into the bladder. The bladder then stores the urine until you pass it through the […]
Period and the Menstrual Cycle The start of your period indicates the start of your menstrual cycle. Each month a woman’s body prepares itself for pregnancy with the lining of the uterus wall (endometrium) thickening in readiness to receive a fertilised egg. If the egg is not fertilised, the uterine wall is shed. During a […]
Urine infections or UTI’s can affect different parts of your urinary tract. If your bladder is affected it is called cystitis, if the urethra is affected it is called urethritis and if the kidneys are infected is is called a kidney infection. Urine infections are common, irritating conditions that usually affect women, though men and […]