Lloydspharmacy (TENS) Period Pain Reliever £4.49 delivered @ Lloyds Pharmacy
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Lloydspharmacy (TENS) Period Pain Reliever £4.49 delivered @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Found 30th Aug 2013
Use code pain08

They also do the replacement pads for £3.99

TENS stands for Transcutaneous (through the skin) Electrical Nerve Stimulation and is now regularly recommended by doctors, physiotherapists and pharmacists throughout the UK.

The Lloydspharmacy Period Pain Reliever can be used for 20 minutes twice a day providing lasting relief and can be used alongside pain medication. It works by passing harmless electrical signals into the body from its pad (controlled by the user at all times). This eases pain in two ways:

• It blocks the body’s pain signals. These are normally transmitted from the area of pain through the nerve fibres to the brain. TENS interrupts these pain signals
• TENS stimulates the body’s production of endorphins – its own natural painkillers

7 Comments

Don't seem to be getting free delivery... any idea of the T&C's for code 'pain08' ? Thanks

any good?

Do U think they will do these in store xxx

suziemaclondon

Don't seem to be getting free delivery... any idea of the T&C's for code … Don't seem to be getting free delivery... any idea of the T&C's for code 'pain08' ? Thanks



Appears the code works only on the TENS machine, less of a discount if I buy the replacement pads too! Slightly odd, but good I guess!

Free delivery worked for me thanks, added a tens machine to my basket, added the code, back paged from the payment page, removed the tens machine and got free postage.

Keefcat

Free delivery worked for me thanks, added a tens machine to my basket, … Free delivery worked for me thanks, added a tens machine to my basket, added the code, back paged from the payment page, removed the tens machine and got free postage.



tried to do the same - looked like it worked - but then you have to select delivery type and that's when postage kicks - good for you though

I bought one of these a while ago as I suffer with painful arthritis and it didn't help with my pain at all. Might be ok for light pain but so is paracetamol.
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