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Speak to your pharmacist. They can suggest ways to help you feel better or recommend over-the-counter medication. In some cases, they may even be able to prescribe certain medications after evaluating your specific needs.
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Your pharmacist can help you in many situations. If you have questions about your health, start with your pharmacist.
Never forget that your pharmacist is an accessible resource to consult if you have a health problem. He can provide you with valuable advice, assess your situation and even prescribe the appropriate treatment. Skin problem, women's health, digestive problems, pain ... your pharmacist is there for you.
Your pharmacist provide you with support and a tailor-made plan to help you quit. A consultation will help determine whether nicotine-replacement therapy or a prescribed medication is right for you. Your pharmacist can then provide you with the dosage that best meets your needs. Your pharmacist can also show you how to use the product being recommended or prescribed.
As a health professional, your pharmacist is in the best position to provide you with advice and tips to help you on your path to quit smoking.
If you’re thinking about getting pregnant, your pharmacist can help you decide the best folic acid and vitamin supplements to take to reduce the chances of fetal malformation.
If you’re pregnant, you may be experiencing nausea and vomiting before you’ve even had your first appointment with your doctor. Your pharmacist is here for you. A consultation will help your pharmacist evaluate whether or not you can benefit from treatment, and they can recommend or prescribe medication that’s safe for you to take during pregnancy.
Should you have any doubts or questions, count on your pharmacist’s expertise to help you enjoy a healthy and risk-free pregnancy.
Oral contraception, transdermal contraceptive patch, vaginal ring… Hormonal contraception is an advantageous option in several ways. If you plan to start this type of contraception, know that your pharmacist can assess your situation and prescribe the best solution for you.
Your pharmacist can advise you about the measures to take so you can make the most of your experience. They may even recommend or prescribe medication to take if you’re visiting certain areas where you risk contracting diarrhea, malaria or altitude sickness.
Your pharmacist can help ensure you enjoy a trip that’s healthy and fun.
If lice leave you scratching your head, your pharmacist can help you figure out how to get rid of them. They can prescribe a safe treatment for lice as well as give you important advice about how to clean your home and any objects that may be harbouring lice.
Oral emergency contraception—commonly known as the morning-after pill—can be obtained right at your pharmacy. If you think you need it, your pharmacist can discuss the issue with you in private to evaluate your situation. As a health professional, they can also provide you with any information and resources you may need.