The Flu, also known as Influenza, is caused by the RNA virus which infects the respiratory tract of humans, birds and animals. It is highly contagious and causes symptoms such as fever, headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, sneezing and a cough. Worser symptoms can include:
Symptoms can last from one to two weeks depending on the individuals immune system and how strong it is to fight the virus.
Unfortunately, every year thousands die from the flu making it a severe illness that can also lead to pneumonia. The elderly are more susceptible to fatality as their immune system is compromised.
Flu is highly contagious and is passed as an airborne virus from person to person. Over time viral strains can alter slightly, making them resistant to antiviral drugs, which means new medications have to be produced to tackle newer strains.
Alongside the flu vaccine, it may be important for patients to take antiviral medications such as Tamiflu to control influenza. If the flu is not proactively controlled to prevent and mitigate the symptoms it can cause severe complications and even death. By staying on top of the yearly flu vaccine and taking effective antiviral medication you can prevent the risk of the virus spreading inside the respiratory tract.
To order your private prescription online, choose your medication from the treatment category and then add the correct dosage to your basket. You will then be prompted to login or register a new account with us if you are a new customer.
The online medical questionnaire will ask you a series of short questions similar to the questions asked by your GP during a personal consultation. The consultation is aimed to find out your medication is the right one for your symptoms.
Our doctors review and assess all online prescription orders to ensure suitability for the patient. Once approved, your prescription will be submitted to our UK pharmacy to start dispensing your medication.
Our pharmacy starts dispensing your medication for shipment, as soon as they receive the doctor's approval.
Your medication will be shipped to your UK address using a tracking number. You will receive a notification to say your medication is on its way to you.