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Found 8th Mar 2016
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good deal but if you go to your chemist and use minor ailments you get free prescriptions for babies and young children. ie sudocrem bonjela infacol and paracetamol. headlice treatment etc. take advantage while you can.
kegg505

good deal but if you go to your chemist and use minor ailments you get … good deal but if you go to your chemist and use minor ailments you get free prescriptions for babies and young children. ie sudocrem bonjela infacol and paracetamol. headlice treatment etc. take advantage while you can.



This is correct. However, different parts of the country will have different formularies to follow. Minor Ailments/Pharmacy First schemes are usually open to residents of local GPs and those who are exempt from prescription charges. No harm in asking at your local pharmacy if they do these schemes. Been going on for years.
It would cost the NHS alot more than £1.89 so probably best just paying it. The NHS is in dire help as it is great find op, heat added!
kegg505

good deal but if you go to your chemist and use minor ailments you get … good deal but if you go to your chemist and use minor ailments you get free prescriptions for babies and young children. ie sudocrem bonjela infacol and paracetamol. headlice treatment etc. take advantage while you can.



Doesnt work for me , whats worse i had my baby's first immunisation the nurse gave one dose of calpol and told me to buy the paracetamol and for the second immunisation day was told the next time i come for third injection i bring paracetamol from home so she can give the baby after her immunisation exactly what has happened to nhs
Also best way k find with children with wind hold them facing u and slowly rock them front and back this will help them burp and so will you tried and tested best way to avoid gripe water and infacol
This stuff is poor compared to gripe water, hasn't give any relief when I have used it.

Although this is cheap, just be aware there's evidence to show it's pretty ineffective.
Research shows that this is of no value - so save your money and avoid giving your baby drugs.
It's 3 for 5 GBP in Asda.
Who or what is Body care?
kegg505

good deal but if you go to your chemist and use minor ailments you get … good deal but if you go to your chemist and use minor ailments you get free prescriptions for babies and young children. ie sudocrem bonjela infacol and paracetamol. headlice treatment etc. take advantage while you can.



Or alternatively if you choose to have children then make sure you can afford basic items for them, like nappy rash cream, teething gel and colic relief. No wonder the NHS is in such a dire state with so many people leeching every penny they can out of it.

If you get this item under the minor ailments scheme then the NHS has to pay £8.20 for it, or YOU pay £1.89, where is the sense in that?

I pay for my own children wherever possible, try it, you might like it!
Coilef much, much better. More expensive too but available on prescription.
Wibblefish

Or alternatively if you choose to have children then make sure you can … Or alternatively if you choose to have children then make sure you can afford basic items for them, like nappy rash cream, teething gel and colic relief. No wonder the NHS is in such a dire state with so many people leeching every penny they can out of it. If you get this item under the minor ailments scheme then the NHS has to pay £8.20 for it, or YOU pay £1.89, where is the sense in that?I pay for my own children wherever possible, try it, you might like it!



bit harsh comments to be fair. I was just tryin to help people save money and I work hard full time and pay my way and dont recieve any help so yes I can afford everything for my baby but if I can get a bit of help then why shouldn't I take it. I pay my taxes and national insurance and give to charities so receiving paracetamol on prescription rather than buying it. sorry but surely I'm entitled to it! as I said I was just trying to help!!
Wibblefish

Or alternatively if you choose to have children then make sure you can … Or alternatively if you choose to have children then make sure you can afford basic items for them, like nappy rash cream, teething gel and colic relief. No wonder the NHS is in such a dire state with so many people leeching every penny they can out of it. If you get this item under the minor ailments scheme then the NHS has to pay £8.20 for it, or YOU pay £1.89, where is the sense in that?I pay for my own children wherever possible, try it, you might like it!



​bit harsh and quite upsetting comments. thanks. I cn afford my everything for my child thanks. work extremely hard too. just tryin to help others out. also I did not know about the NHS being charged so much money for things so please don't bite at people please.
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