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Wonder why your GP recommends paracetamol for most ailments. How about why you feel you need to wait for a long time before being referred to a specialist. This blog gives you insight on what goes on inside a GPs practice.

Cellulitis

Cellulitis

Cellulitis is a bacterial skin infection. Signs are acute redness of the skin, and oedema with rough borders. It usually affects lower limbs but any skin region can become infected. The causes of cellulitis in when the skin barrier is damaged such that bacteria can...

Superficial wounds

Superficial wounds

Superficial wounds also known as abrasion or graze mostly involve the epidermis layer of your skin. There are many causes of superficial wounds and the majority are caused after a fall (during sports) on the knees, elbows and hands. Children under the age of 15 years...

My child has a fever, when can we see the GP?

My child has a fever, when can we see the GP?

Your 3 year-old girl developed a fever in the middle of the night. She kept you and your spouse awake all night. The next morning she still feels warm and is clingy. You are worried that she is not eating and is not her usual self. You contact your GP to make an...

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