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Sore Throat

Who do I see?

Community Pharmacy/GP if it persists

Advice:

Please search for your nearest community pharmacist.

If you have a sore throat, there are a number of ways you can help yourself. Paracetamol can help with the pain, andgargling with warm, salty water may help shorten theinfection (but this isn’t recommended for children). In most cases, you only need to see your GP if your sore throat doesn’t improve after a week.

You can either book an *online appointment with the GP,  or alternatively please phone the reception desk on 01923 775291 for Gade House or 01923 283900 for Witton House to arrange your appointment.

*only if this facility is available, please refer to the this link for information about how to book your appointment.

Further information on how to treat a sore throat yourself .