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Are you planning to travel abroad? If you are planning a holiday abroad and think you may need vaccinations or more general travel advice please complete a travel questionnaire which can be found under travel on the clinics and services page. Once we receive your completed questionnaire it will be passed to one of the travel nurses who will get in touch with you as soon as she can.


Are you Pregnant? If you have just found out you are pregnant, please click the link below to complete the maternity self-referral form. A midwife will then get in contact with you within 5 working days to make an appointment. https://www.uhmb.nhs.uk/maternity


 

NHS Choices Conditions and Treatments

See the NHS Choices Conditions and Treatments browser for an in-depth description of many common health issues.


Childrens Health

There is a good guide on the NHS website which describes various conditions affecting children.  There is advice on how to diagnose them, how to treat them and if further advice should be consulted.

NHS childhood illness slideshow


When Should I Worry?

Having an ill child can be a very scary experience for parents. If you understand more about the illness it can help you to feel more in control. This booklet is for parents (and older children) and deals with common infections in children who are normally healthy.

Download the booklet


Fevers

Most symptoms of a fever in young children can be managed at home with infant paracetamol. If the fever is very high, they may have an infection that needs treating with antibiotics.  

 


Head Lice

Head lice are insects that live on the scalp and neck. They may make your head feel itchy. Although head lice may be embarrassing and sometimes uncomfortable, they don't usually cause illness. However, they won't clear up on their own and you need to treat them promptly


Nosebleeds

Nosebleeds (also known as epistaxis) are fairly common, especially in children, and can generally be easily treated.


These links all come from trusted resources but if you are unsure about these or any other medical matters please contact your doctor or pharmacist for advice

 
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