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Head and Neck Treatment

Headaches are experienced by many of us from time to time. Most headaches are caused by tension and stress and settle with time and straightforward painkillers. Migraine sufferers however experience periodic severe headaches which are often associated with vomiting and photophobia, necessitating considerable time off school or work.
Whatever the cause, our doctors can help you identify the trigger factors and advise on prevention and treatment.

Migraines Price Starts from £19
Tension Headaches Price Starts from £19

The vast majority of patients with migraine just need simple pain killers to tide them over the nasty attacks of headaches and vomiting. But those patients with frequent attacks which are very disabling may need more aggressive treatment to halt them. We can help you identify trigger factors for the attacks and provide sumatriptan and naramig by prescription, on line. We can get them to you quickly, maybe even the same day, to help with those nasty symptoms or perhaps just to have them on hand for the next attack.
Tension headaches are by far the commonest cause of headaches that the medical profession sees and harassed parents and people at work frequently do not have the time to get to the chemist to get painkillers. We can send these to you through the post at your convenience.

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The Online Surgery dispenses medication from its London based First Care Pharmacy (FCP). FCP is registered and regulated by The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).

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