Free Health Advice from Colecross Pharmacy
Colecross Pharmacy is always on hand to offer health advice to our customers in Chelmsford.
Are you feeling a bit under the weather? Perhaps you suffer from hay fever, or maybe you are struggling with a persistent cough, cold or headache?
These are just some of the minor health concerns our pharmacy team can help you with, without you having to visit your GP surgery. Others include:
– athlete’s foot
– cold sores
– cough pain
– cuts and grazes
– eczema and allergies
– fungal skin infections
– haemorrhoids (piles)
– hay fever
– head lice
– insect bites or stings
– minor burns
– mouth ulcers
– nasal congestion
– period pain
– sore throat
– warts and verrucae
The list is not exhaustive! There are so many over-the-counter medicines and remedies available, but sometimes it can be confusing knowing which one might be best for you.
Visiting our pharmacy is a good first step for accessing treatment for minor conditions. But don’t worry – if we think your condition is more serious will always refer you to your GP.
You can come and talk to our pharmacist at any time without the need for appointments. They will be able to advise you on the best way forward. So, let Colecross Pharmacy help you with health advice in Chelmsford today!
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