Thrush Symptom Checker

Have you tried the pharmacy first service at your local pharmacy?

They provide an excellent service and can issue you with antibiotics for your symptoms. It is often much faster to use this service.

The pharmacist will ask you about your symptoms in order to give the right advice.

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms you should speak to your local community pharmacy team before contacting your GP.

  • unusual, white, thick vaginal discharge (often like cottage cheese)
  • itching and irritation or fissure (like paper cuts) around the vagina
  • pain when peeing or having sex

Please complete the form below if you think you may have thrush that cannot be treated through pharmacy first.


These requests are only processed between 8am and 3pm each day, any requests for treatment received after this time will be processed the next working day.

Please use format day/month/year e.g. 12/05/1979
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Have you read and understood the information above regarding symptoms of thrush and pharmacy treatments available.
Have you ever had thrush before?
Are your symptoms the same as before?
Please check the symptoms that apply to you.
Please check all that apply.
What treatment have you had in the past if any?
Are you pregnant?
How would you like to collect your prescription?
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