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Consultation for Patients with Influenza

An easy 3 step process:

1. Complete the questionnaire below

2. Select a medicine or request that a clinician contacts you with options

3. Click Submit

If you have had a previous diagnosis of influenza and you wish to be offered prescription treatments to support recovery, please complete the form below.

Please note that if you currently have influenza or any flu-like symptoms that you must contact your usual GP or NHS 111 by telephoning 111. Trusted Treatments is not able to provide Tamiflu or other influenza treatments remotely.

Tamiflu and other influenza treatments are not known to be effective against Covid-19. If you have any Covid-19 symptoms, you must telephone your GP (do not attend the surgery in person) and follow the advice available here:

If you think that you may require Tamiflu (oseltamivir), you must read the patient information leaflet (PIL) before continuing to complete this questionnaire. The patient information leaflet (PIL) is available here:

If there is anything in the above links that you do not understand, please contact us using the Contact Us page linked to at the bottom of this page or contact NHS 111 or your local pharmacy and ask for an explanation. You must follow all relevant advice that you receive from NHS 111 or your local pharmacy.

This consultation form usually takes just 2-3 minutes to complete.

Please complete all questions before clicking Submit.

Any incomplete sections will display as red text if the form cannot be submitted.

Important Information

If your condition or symptoms require urgent treatment, please call NHS 111 by dialling 111 on your telephone. If you require emergency treatment, for example, if you or someone else has chest pain, has received an injury to the head, or has been involved in a serious accident, call 999 on your telephone immediately. If your condition or symptoms are not something that can be assessed remotely through the Trusted Treatments online doctor service, please make an appointment with your usual GP at the earliest opportunity. If your GP cannot offer an appointment in a timeframe that you feel is appropriate, call 111 on your telephone and seek advice, explaining your concerns. Read more about where to get help.

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