Prescription Dispensary Service

Repeat Prescriptions or Prescription Review

Prescriptions can only be raised by Dr Whitelaw on review/evaluation of patient notes and we therefore suggest notice of at least 10 working days before any existing medication is due to run out.

This service is only available to those requiring medication to take them up to their next scheduled review consultation. If a consultation is due or requested by Dr Whitelaw an appointment will need to be made before your prescription is raised. Please note that review consultations are required every six months normally. In some instances the doctor may agree to ‘review and prescribe’ based on the information provided, for which there is  charge of £55 and a new review month will be set. Please note that as per usual, this fee is for Dr Whitelaw’s services and does not include the cost of medication.

Please note that failure to provide the specific details requested may delay processing your request.

IMPORTANT! You MUST mention in the summary/notes box any change in your medical condition and/or recent visits to your doctor plus any change in symptoms or other factors you feel relevant to the medication you are requesting.

For full details of our fees, and pricing structure and typical review-schedule, please visit our website: https://www.equilibrium-clinic.co.uk/hormone-rebalance

Prescription Process: We or the pharmacy will contact you within 7 days (typically within 48 hours though) to tell you your prescription is ready. If a Prescription Dispensary Service or review consultation is required we will contact you within 2 business days.

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Please be aware that it takes an average of 5 days once you have paid the pharmacy.

This is a formal in-clinic or telephone consultation

e.g. 1 pump every morning or 1 capsule nightly day 5 to 26 etc.

How are you feeling? What symptoms have improved/worsened? What has changed, if anything? Are you taking any other medication now that has been prescribed elsewhere? Etc…