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Please see below the list of conditions that the Practice are unable to prescribe medications for:

Acute sore throat
Cold sores of the lip (infrequent)
Coughs and   colds and nasal congestion
Cradle cap (Seborrhoeic dermatitis - infants)
Infantile colic
Mild cystitis
Mild irritant dermatitis
Dandruff (mild scaling of the scalp without itching)
Diarrhoea (adults)
Dry eyes/sore tired eyes
Ear wax
Excessive sweating (mild to moderate Hyperhidrosis)
Head lice
Infrequent constipation
Infrequent migraine
Insect bites and stings
Mild acne
Mild dry skin
Sun protection/ sun screens
Sunburn due to excessive sun exposure
Mild to moderate hayfever/seasonal rhinitis
Minor burns and scalds
Minor conditions associated with pain/discomfort and fever (e.g. aches and sprains, headache, period pain, back pain)
Mouth ulcers
Nappy rash
Oral thrush
Prevention of dental caries
Ringworm/athlete's foot
Teething/mild tooth ache
Travel sickness
Warts and verrucae

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