Acute otitis media ear infections

Can only be treated in-clinic

Ear infections, especially in children aged 1 to 18 years old, are characterised by a range of symptoms that can be effectively addressed with appropriate treatment options.

Symptoms of Acute otitis media ear infections

Can only be treated in-clinic

Identifying the signs of an ear infection is crucial for timely intervention. Common symptoms include:

Additional indicators of a UTI may involve changes in urine colour or odour. However, it's important to note that dark or odorous urine, as a single symptom, could be linked to dehydration.

How it works

Step 1

You book a free appointment with one of our NHS trained consultants.

Step 2

A consultant will review your request and call you back within 20 minutes.

Step 3

We will carry out a FREE consultation in-store or remotely.

How long will this take?

The acute otitis media ear infections will take between 10-15 minutes.

Where is this service available?

The free service is available in any of our branches, or remotely depending on how you wish to book the consultation with us.

Young children and babies, specifically, may exhibit additional symptoms such as:

Treatment options for ear infections include eye drops and/or antibiotics, particularly in worsening cases. Seeking prompt medical attention for diagnosis and the appropriate prescription of treatment is essential for managing ear infections effectively and preventing potential complications.

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    The Pharmacy First is a free service expanding upon the existing self-care advice and assistance available from pharmacy teams, empowering skilled pharmacists to offer guidance and, when suitable, treatment for seven common conditions. No prescription is required for conditions such as earache, sore throat, impetigo, shingles, sinusitis, uncomplicated urinary tract infection (UTI) in women, and infected insect bites and stings. This hassle-free approach enables individuals to address minor health concerns conveniently, eliminating the need for a GP visit. Our committed pharmacists are ready to provide assistance in the discretion of a dedicated consultation room.