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Due to the increase of severity of the Coronavirus outbreak, Lancaster Medical Practice is screening ALL appointments booked.  It is important that you answer all questions honestly and accurately to ensure we provide you with the correct advice and treatment, and to protect our staff and other patients. 


To allow us to screen all our appointments, we have temporarily switched off some of our online booking facilities.  These services will resume in due course.  Appointments can be made by telephoning the practice. 


Please read the guidance below concerning Coronavirus.

Self Care

What is self care?

Self care is about looking after yourself in a healthy way. It can be anything from brushing your teeth, doing some exercise, managing common conditions (like headaches, colds and flu) or living with a long-term health problem, such as asthma or diabetes.

Self Care Videos

Tension HeadachesDo I need antibiotics?

Asthma - How to Use Your Inhaler

  

 

Being HealthyLets Talk About Death

Back Pain Help

  

 

Helping you with Ear AcheHelping you with Head Lice

Helping you with Ring Worm

  

 

Helping you with EczemaHelping you with a Sore Throat

Getting the most out of a Consultation with a Health Professional

  

 

NHS Health ChecksDealing with Threadworm

Advice on Constipation

  

 

Advice on GastroenteritisStaying Well This Winter

Be Active at Work and Live Longer!

  

 

Find out more about self care

If you need more information on how you can self care at home, click on the links:

 Or click on the links below for fact sheets:

Acne.pdf

Back-Pain.pdf

Common cold.pdf

Constipation.pdf

Cough (adults).pdf

Ear Ache (Child).pdf

Eczema.pdf

Fever-in-Children.pdf

Headache & Migraine.pdf

Heartburn-and-indigestion.pdf

Sinusitis (adult).pdf

Sore Throat.pdf

Otitis-Media.pdf

Urine-Symptoms-in-Men.pdf



 
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