Pharmacy2U offer a convenient & confidential GP consultation service for Female Health
Female Health Consultation
Our UK registered GP will review your details and if appropriate can provide prescription treatments for the Contracpetive Pill, Morning After Pill, Period Delay, Cystitis, Facial Hair, Bacterial Vaginosis, and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).
Dr Phelan Discusses Female Health
If you are currently taking the contraceptive pill, Pharmacy2U’s Online Doctor service can supply 6 months of your current pill. After an initial supply of 6 months, we can make further supplies of your contraceptive pill so long as you provide us with your blood pressure reading and you visit your doctor for a gynaecological check-up at least once a year.
Morning After Pill
If you are sexually active and rely upon condoms for contraception it is possible that you could experience the trauma of a split condom. It is sensible to plan for this event and this can now be done by obtaining a supply of the morning after pill confidentially and without embarrassment through Pharmacy2U Online Doctor.
Menstruation is a fact of life for all women, but that does not stop your period from sometimes being extremely inconvenient. The Pharmacy2U Online Doctor service now offers a safe and confidential way to obtain prescription treatment to delay your period for just £20.
Many women suffer from cystitis on a regular basis, and learn to recognise the symptoms. If you have been treated for cystitis by your doctor before and can recognise the symptoms, then we can conveniently supply you with the most common antibiotic treatment to keep ready for when you next have a problem.
Unwanted facial hair is a problem for over 40% of women but despite being such a common issue it’s a highly embarrassing and upsetting problem. The Pharmacy2U Online Doctor service can offer Vaniqa (eflornithine) cream or Dianette as a treatment for unwanted facial hair from as little as £35.
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a common condition in which the natural balance of bacteria in the vagina becomes disrupted. This results in a fishy greyish discharge from the vagina. About one in three women will experience this at some point and if you do have it reoccurrences are very common, happening in over half of women within 6 months of initially successful treatment.